Developed to respond to the cross-disciplinary needs of local, regional and national industries, including automotive, aerospace, mechanical and engineering services.
We aim to provide you with relevant, specialist knowledge in one or more areas of manufacturing, engineering management and design, so that you may contribute to ensuring regional industry achieves and sustains competitive success in global marketplace.
Course content is consistent with the ‘Incorporated Engineer’ general and specific learning outcome statements of the Engineering Council’s UK-SPEC.
Successful students should develop an in-depth knowledge of the essential technical subjects, along with the personal skills considered necessary to progress in industry. This includes, for example, awareness of professional responsibilities, such as associated ethical and legal issues.
Our experienced teaching staff aim to incorporate their professional experiences from industry into teaching. Our teaching staff have previously had roles such as senior engineer for TRW, production engineering manager for Dynacast and chief engineer at Mahle Powertrain.
There will also be opportunities for them to share their research expertise, many involved in cutting-edge commercial and academic research for the Centre for Mobility and Transport, for example, in areas such as cybersecurity, vehicle dynamics, light weighting, advanced simulation, future concepts and crash protection.