Information for current students

COVID-19 - Important information for students

We recognise that the Covid-19 outbreak has had a profound impact on our students, and we have created an additional webpage to support students registered on programmes in the Faculty of Engineering.

School contact information for student queries

Aerospace - UG & PGT
Civil (including Engineering Design) - UG & PGT
Mechanical - UG & PGT
IDC in Composites Manufacture
Computer Science - UG & PGT
Electrical & Electronic - UG & PGT
Engineering Mathematics - UG & PGT
Cyber Security CDT (TIPS-at-Scale)
Communications CDT
Digital Health & Care CDT
Interactive AI CDT

Student systems - where to go

My Bristol Portal

  • University email and calendar
  • Blackboard
  • Exam timetables
  • Library account
  • Online Unit Registration (OUR)
  • Teaching timetables


  • Assessment deadlines
  • Assessment submissions
  • Assessment marks and feedback
  • Lecture recordings
  • Unit information
  • Reading lists

Student Info

  • Online student registration (for annual registration)
  • Manage personal details (contact details, next of kin, etc)
  • Unit registrations
  • Final unit outcomes
  • Award/Progression outcomes following Examination Boards

Engineering Student Forms

  • Extenuating Circumstances
  • Coursework extensions
  • Deferral of assessed work until later in the academic year

Taught student support - who can help

Faculty office (1.43 QB)


School Offices:-  



  • Blackboard queries
  • Physical coursework submissions
  • Teaching arrangements
  • Timetables
  • Transfers, withdrawals, suspensions
  • Unit choices
  • Wellbeing

CAME School Office (0.16a QB)


Visit us: Enter through the main entrance on University Walk, pass through the security barriers, and turn right. The School Office reception desk is located in room 0.16a.

Email us:

Call us:  on 0117 39 40408 to speak to administrators for all programmes

SCEEM School Office (2.19 MVB) 

Visit us: Enter through the main entrance on Woodland Road, and the School Office is located immediately in front of you on the other side of the social/café space. 

Email us

Call us: on 0117 33 15663 to speak to administrators for all programmes.

Other useful emails:


Faculty undergraduate prizes

Hele Shaw Prize: £50 (6 Awards Available)

Funded by the Society of Merchant Venturers, this is awarded to the student in their Final Year in any Department with a good academic or social record not otherwise covered.

Wertheimer Memorial Prize: £50 (6 Awards Available)

Funded by the Society of Merchant Venturers, this is awarded to a Final Year student who is considered to have made the best contribution to the life of the Faculty and of their fellow students.

Prize Studentships

Awarded to students in their first and second years' of study (but are not graduating in the following year) who gain the top year mark in their department (for this purpose Engineering Design is included as a "department").  A second year student who won the prize in their first year will not be eligible to win again in their second year.  The prize is to undertake a project placement (studentship) with an academic supervisor in the summer vacation following the student's next year of study, for which they will be paid £250 per week.  The standard length of the studentship will be 8 weeks, but can be shortened to 6 weeks if the student requests this.

3rd year MEng Prize: £250 (10 Awards Available)

Awarded to the ten 3rd year MEng students who achieve the highest third year marks across all the programmes in the Faculty.

Department prizes can be found via the links below:-

Past papers

Bound copies of past examination papers are available in the Queen's Building Library and in the Main Arts & Social Science Library on Tyndall Avenue. These copies are available for reference only, although photocopies may be taken.

Departments may choose to make solutions available to students for learning purposes, but individuals within Departments may choose not to do so in order to prevent the mere regurgitation of formulaic solutions to generically similar and familiar questions. However, numerical answers will be given where applicable so that students can see if they have obtained the correct answer.  Solutions are not available in the Libraries.

Past examination papers and available solutions for papers can be found on Blackboard. 



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