Our excellent industrial links have developed over many years and throughout many countries. Some examples include work with:
Our Industrial Advisory Committee reviews and advises industrial activities. The Committee acts as a forum for discussing teaching, research and consultancy to industry.
The course is designed with close consultation with the School's Industrial Advisory Board, hence taking on board the latest requirements of industry for graduates. Employability skills are developed throughout the delivery of the modules, particularly as part of capstone individual project. Furthermore, students are equipped with business, management and entrepreneurial skills to enhance their employability potential globally.
Delivery of many modules involves industrial speakers, who introduce students to latest industrial requirements.
Throughout the course students have access to a dedicated employment coordinator, attend specially arranged employer seminars, university career workshops and research seminars, to prepare them for the world of work once graduated.
Our Strong Industrial Advisory Board, including industry leaders such as National Instruments, Thales and industrial bodies such as The IET, SEMTA and the IMechE, ensure that the course content reflects the changing needs of industry and provides support in terms of course content and equipment.
Throughout this course, you will have the chance to: