Engineering is the body of knowledge and scientific techniques applied, which is dedicated to solving or optimization problems directly affecting humanity. Automotive Laboratory – fully-equipped with workbenches, shelving and cabinets containing engineers’ hand tools, automotive and racecar test and measurement equipment (including a four-post rig for vehicle dynamics analysis), pneumatic and electric power tools and lifting equipment.
The overall aim of Brunel’s programme is to provide our graduates with excellent understanding of the fundamentals which, coupled with in-depth knowledge of the technical workings of current and future automotive systems, will allow them to become future technical or managerial leaders.
The objective of establishing Automotive Engineering Department is to produce automotive engineers by imparting theoretical and practical knowledge based on designed curriculum in Automotive Engineering and to serve growing automotive and allied industries.
You will study basic mechanics, statics, dynamics and an introduction to thermodynamics and fluid mechanics, and learn how to solve typical mechanical engineering problems and how to use a range of mechanical test and measurement equipment in the lab.
The UK has a longstanding motoring heritage, a wealth of expertise in engineering and a flexible, skilled workforce, which combines with some major international investment to make the UK a desirable location for the global automotive industry to set up their factories.