You'll develop and employ a wide-range of desirable skills, including IT and management, written and spoken communication, teamwork, planning and time management, creativity, flexibility, and data analysis. The skills that you develop will then prepare you for a wider range of industries and roles that can range from manufacturing, power, construction and medical industries as well as the management of people and resources, and the development and use of new materials and technologies.
Our course is designed for engineering affiliated applicants both, nationally and internationally, who include recent engineering graduates who have decided to develop a career in mechanical engineering, established mechanical engineers working in industry who face the challenge of new areas of responsibility; managers and designers working in industry who need to invest in their personal career development; others with engineering or appropriate business backgrounds working in consultancy or research roles, who wish to learn advanced mechanical engineering.
- Computer Aided Engineering Analysis
- Automation and Robotics
- Computational Fluid Dynamics
- Advanced Materials and Structural Integrity
- Research Design and Methods
- Major Project/Dissertation