School of Science, Technology and Engineering

Shaping the future.

Our specialist facilities and world-class equipment enable you to graduate with the hands-on industry-standard skills that will help you secure employment in your field.

We pride ourselves on creating a supportive and empowering learning community.

About

A supportive and empowering learning community, where students develop to become employable and professional graduates.

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Our Courses

Find out more about the courses available within the School of Science, Technology and Engineering.

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Our People

Discover more about the people who work within the School of Science, Technology and Engineering.

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Our Research

Research is being undertaken across various discliplines within the School.

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Sport Science and Coaching

Our degree courses are designed in consultation with professional sports partners to provide you with the latest industry standards.

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Computer Games and Creative Technologies

Join our thriving and passionate game development community and gain the skills you need to succeed and to realise your ambitions.

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Computing Systems and Information Engineering

Learn the skills of tomorrow in our computing degrees today. Choose the degree that is right for you.

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Life Sciences

The life science area encompasses courses, research and facilities that centre around biology and the application of various forms of biological knowledge.

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Our People

Founding Chair of the School of Science, Technology and Engineering. He is responsible for leading the STEM Skills, Research and Innovation agendas. His research spans Digital Technologies with focus on the Internet of Things & Analytics and their role in developing the digital...

Dr Gavin Devereux is an Associate Professor in the Department of Science and Technology, and is the Director of Sport Sciences and Coaching. Gavin is an exercise physiologist, with a research background in understanding how blood pressure is regulated during exercise, as well as ...

Rob qualified with a PGCE in 1992 and an MA in Sociology and Cultural Studies in 1997.  He is Course Leader for the BA (Hons) Computer Games Design and currently acts as the External Examiner for the BA in Computer Games at Middlesex University ...

Career Overview Robert has sixteen years of experience in delivery, designing and managing higher education in East Anglia. Teaching centres around the interface between biochemistry and physiology contributing to modules in nutrition, biochemistry, physiology, statistics, pharmaco...

Professor Nicholas Caldwell is Professor of Information Systems Engineering.  His research interests are engineering change management, engineering design, information systems, knowledge management, process modelling (design and business), and scanning electron microscopy. He teach...

Dr Nic Bury's research interests are broad and includes aquatic toxicology, stress physiology and environmental monitoring. He supports the 3Rs (refinement, reduction and replacement) approach in animal research and part of his research includes the development of alternative test p...