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University of Bedfordshire: Mechanical Engineering

Institution University of Bedfordshire
Department Division of Science
Telephone 0300 3300 073
Study type Taught


The MSc Mechanical Engineering is about educating and training senior mechanical system developers and offering them advanced technical training for R&D of low carbon or non-carbon energy, transport and other mechanical systems. The course focuses on conventional and emerging sustainable mechanical technologies. Throughout the course, students will have the opportunity to use state-of-the-art design and advanced development and simulation tools, to mechanical system development, design, calibration and optimisation. By closely collaborating with local industry, students will produce, or contribute to providing real world solutions to mechanical system R&D. The educational aims of the course are as follows: 1. Development of advanced analytical and technical skills in core areas of mechanical engineering, which include advanced modelling and simulation, data analysis and processing, design methodology and design optimisation, calibration. 2. Development of professional skills in management of projects related to mechanical engineering. 3. Achievement of critical understanding of advanced automotive engineering technologies, development platforms and related open source frameworks. 4. Development of problem solving skills which are required for applications to real-world tasks by utilising applied R&D techniques and open source frameworks 5. Acquire the skills related to research methodologies, ethics, and legal aspects that is required for work within the areas of automobile sector.


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