Automotive Engineering Masters (MSc): Course features
What this course offers you
The Automotive Engineering course enables you to translate emerging technologies into future products. You can tailor the course to your own interests by choosing an automotive, commercial vehicle or hybrid and electric vehicles pathway.
The MSc project allows you to further specialise and build on your academic knowledge in an area of particular interest. It can be an excellent selling point when looking for a job or promotion.
The taught modules will develop your professional, analytical and management skills, as well as improving your technical skills and knowledge. For example, you will gain communication, teamwork, IT and problem-solving skills.
Input from industry experts complements the academic teaching through the course. External speakers, site visits and visiting lecturers add an extra perspective to your learning (read more in the Links with business and industry section).
Academic teaching is complemented by presentations from industry experts and by industrial visits. Recent visits include trips to Jaguar Cars, BMW, IBC (General Motors), the Commercial Vehicle and Automotive Trade Show, Delphi and the Lotus Cars design studios.
We regularly review all our postgraduate courses to make sure that they are up-to-date, reflect industry needs and are comparable to other university courses.
You can choose to study the course full-time or part-time to fit in with work commitments. September and January start dates give you extra flexibility.
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