Our aim is to empower students with the engineering knowledge, practical skills and confidence to ensure that they are attractive to potential employers. Some employers recruit preferentially from accredited degrees, and an accredited degree is likely to be recognised by other countries that are signatories to international accords. Automotive Engineering 2016 – part of Advanced Engineering 2016 – is a must-attend event for the UK’s auto community.
After finishing the course, you can choose to do an extra year to obtain a Master of Engineering in Automotive Systems (also in English). If you gain incorporated engineer (IEng) status, you’ll tend to specialise in the day-to-day management of engineering operations.
The entry-level salary starts at around $48,000 annually and a Bachelor of Science degree is required. You’ll learn how to install automotive accessories, service engines, repair steering and suspension, and diagnose electronic problems. Our graduates enjoy jobs varying from aerodynamics and engine design to vehicle dynamics.
New Engineering courses on offer from 2015 share a design that incorporates significant elements of problem and activity-based learning and live industrial project-work. For a brief description of the master degree course Automotive Engineering, please take a look at our flyer.
During this optional year, you will earn a salary from your employer while still remaining a member of the University. The graduates of the Program will have both enhanced interdisciplinary skills in automotive engineering and business, and the teamwork skills necessary to guide product and process development in this fast-growing field.