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The bachelor in Automotive Engineering (BEng) aims to give you a thorough understanding of mechanical engineering as well as the specialist knowledge and skills needed to work as an automotive engineer.
Work for your automotive engineering degree consists of compulsory modules and a major independent project.
The staff have national and international reputations for their research, publications and applied work. Many carry out much of their research in collaboration with motor vehicle manufacturers and leading industrial firms. This means that your education will be at the forefront of industry knowledge.
Your course will consist of a combination of lectures, laboratory practicals, design studios and one-to-one supervision.
You’ll be introduced to the practical aspects of automotive engineering at Level 1 in the form of laboratory experiments on existing vehicle sub-systems, which then lead to more advanced laboratories at Level 2.
At Levels 2 and 3 you’ll use advance computer software in design, structural analysis and dynamics, and our laboratory facilities to run experiments you’ve designed.
Many of the graduates now work in technical and managerial positions within the automotive industry. Recent destinations include: