Course structure The taught programme for the Advanced Mechanical Engineering masters is generally delivered from October until February and is comprised of eight compulsory taught modules.
Students on the part-time programme will complete all of the compulsory modules based on a flexible schedule that will be agreed with the Course Director....
[-] Overview The MSc course consists of nine one-week assessed modules, of which eight are assessed, which take place from October to February, a group design project and an individual thesis project.
Students who excel on the Masters' course have their performance recognised through prizes from our partners and associates presented either on the day of the Motorsport Group Design Presentations or at the Motorsport MSc 'Parc Ferme' Graduation event in the June of the following year. [-] Overview This course aims to provide students with a sound understanding of the fundamental scientific, engineering and managerial principles involved in motorsport.
These are awarded for: Sir Jackie Stewart OBE Prize - Best overall student performance Visiting Professor Adrian Reynard Prize - Best thesis British Racing Drivers' Club (BRDC) Prize - Best student ambassador Best overall Group Design Project MSA (Motor Sports Association) Prize - Best Group design project presentation Racecar Engineering Magazine Prize - Best Group design project poster. The focus is on the “mechatronics” aspect of the discipline, which is the engineering of advanced control systems, multi-domain computer modelling, in-vehicle communication networks, electromechanical and embedded systems, hardware-in-the-loop validation and systems integration. This course aims to provide students with a sound understanding of the fundamental scientific, engineering and managerial principles involved in motorsport.
A combination of mechanics, electronics and computer systems, this postgraduate programme prepares graduates for a career in motorsport or high-performance engineering....
It will provide you with practical experience in the measurement, analysis, modelling and simulation of airflows and aerial vehicles.
You have the choice of two specialist options which you chose once you commence your studies: Flight Dynamics or Aerodynamics. Suitable if you have an interest in aerodynamic design, flow control, flow measurement, flight dynamics and flight control.
Overview Chemical Engineering is key in addressing global challenges relating to the sustainable supply of clean energy, food and water, through the production of chemicals, functionalised products and fuels.
The MSc in Advanced Chemical Engineering provides technical and management training that employers increasingly demand from chemical engineers. The general Chemical Engineering option covers core chemical engineering subjects with a focus on theoretical and practical elements in operation, design and control of a wide range of chemical processes.