University Of Birmingham Mechanical Engineering MENG

Last Updated on December 24, 2022

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Course info

UCAS CODEH330Our stimulating Mechanical Engineering (Automotive) MEng degree programme is designed to give you a thorough background in Mechanical Engineering and the expertise and knowledge to develop and implement new automotive technologies.This course provides you with the skills to deliver results in an ever-changing industry. You will benefit from a research-led culture, which informs our teaching. Our expertise in applying engineering science will equip you with the ability to solve problems of industrial and societal significance. You’ll work alongside Civil and Electrical Engineers, this interdisciplinary working reflects industry practices and right from the very start will begin building your teamworking and professional skills alongside your technical knowledge. The opportunity is also open to you to get involved in work on UBRacing – our own Formula Student racing team, which competes throughout the world.You will be the subject expert on a major project during your Mechanical Engineering (Automotive) degree where you will apply your in-depth technical knowledge. This will provide you with vital employability skills that will give you a competitive edge in applications forms, interviews and assessment tests for graduate jobs.This course has been designed to be relevant to the needs of modern industry and to produce graduates who have the personal and intellectual qualities to be successful in their chosen careers. By the end of the course, you will be equipped to play leading roles in a professional capacity in both industry and academia, and thus able to deal with issues at the forefront of our discipline.

Modules (Year 1)

  •  Integrated Design Project 1B (10 credits)
  •  Electrical Engineering 1 (20 credits)
  •  Introduction to Computing for Engineers (10 credits)
  •  Engineering Materials (10 credits)
  •  Integrated Design Project 1A (10 credits)
  •  Fluid Mechanics and Energy Transfer (20 credits)
  •  Engineering Mathematics 1 (20 credits)
  •  Mechanics 1 (20 credits)

Modules (Year 2)

  • Mechatronics and Control Engineering (20 credits)
  • Mechanical Design A (20 credits)
  • Mechanics 2 (20 credits)
  • Integrated Design Project 2 (20 credits)
  • Engineering Mathematics 2 (20 credits)
  • Thermodynamics and Fluids (20 credits)

Modules (Year 3)

  •  Integrated Design Project 3 (20 credits) – Core
  • Engineering Mathematics 3 (20 credits) – Core
  • Powertrain and Vehicle Engineering (20 credits) – Core
  • Mechanical Design B (20 credits) – Core
  • Turbomachinery and Compressible Flows (10 credits) – Core
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics and Finite Element Analysis (20 credits) – Core
  • Sustainable Energy and the Environment (10 credits) – Core

Details
A level Mathematics (Further Mathematics and Physics are not required but are advantageous). You must also pass the practical element of any reformed science A levels which include Biology, Chemistry and Physics taught from 2015. General Studies not accepted.

Tuition fees

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£9,250per year

Tuition fees

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For students from

England

Scotland

Wales

Northern Ireland

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£9,250 per year

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Tuition fees

DATA SOURCE: UCAS/IDP Connect

For students from

England

Scotland

Wales

Northern Ireland

Channel Islands

Rest of World

£9,250 per year

 Students from Northern IrelandStudents from Northern Ireland

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