The course aims to develop engineers with the necessary broad range of systems engineering skills (mechanical, electrical and integration) to excel in the multidisciplinary field of aerospace system engineering design.
Aerospace Technology provides students with the vital skills required to work as an aerospace engineer. It involves the understanding of intricate aircraft systems and various types of system failures while offering students the opportunity to work on fantastic equipment including a Harrier Jump Jet and the Mercedes Petronas Wind Tunnel.
Automotive engineering explores a wide range of engineering principles to understand how you can utilise these theories to then design and develop vehicles for the modern world.
A specialised business degree, Aviation Management is all about the running of airlines, airports, and other industry players from a commercial, operational, and strategic perspective.
Engineering BSc (Part Time)
Designed specifically for manufacturing industry, it is a well-established course with a reputation for creating knowledge, improving the skills base and delivering tangible impact for both individuals and the businesses.
A one year full time (2 years part time) direct entry to final year, providing skills and knowledge to engineering students with an interest in engineering business management.
This exciting course supports the well-publicised increase in national and global manufacturing activity. With financial sponsorship available for students, designed and delivered in conjunction with Unipart Manufacturing Group, the course is integrated with industry.
Delivers the course content through advanced, technological and topical engineering modules - pertinent to today’s transport, civil and domestic industries. The research-informed teaching is the norm, especially with individual projects.
Motorsport is at the cutting edge of innovation in the global engineering industry and the UK is a world leader in the field. This course is designed to help ensure it stays that way.