Motorsport Engineering

BEng (Hons) or MEng

Key facts

Start dates

September 2023 / September 2024

Course length

Full time: BEng: 3 years, or 4 years sandwich; MEng: 4 years, or 5 years sandwich

Part time: BEng: up to 8 years; MEng: up to 9 years




School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics


Our motorsport engineering degree will help you become a design engineer for the motorsport industry. And we work with the local and global motorsport industry to shape course content.

The course combines theory with practical, hands-on experience, to give you a well-rounded introduction to motorsport. Our research facilities are also your learning spaces. You’ll have full access to these, whenever you need them. And with a focus on electric vehicles, you’ll be prepared for the future of work in this profession.

The course has 2 pathways: BEng and MEng. Whichever you pick, you’ll be on your way to receiving industry accreditation, improving your future job prospects and unlocking opportunities for postgraduate study. At the end of the BEng course, you can choose to study for an extra year to gain the MEng qualification.

Specific entry requirements

A Level: Grade B in Maths, and Grade B in Physics, Chemistry, Electronics, Engineering or another suitable science subject.

GCSE: English Language grade 4/C minimum normally required.