This Master's will develop your skill, knowledge, and technical understanding of industry-focused engineering. It combines advanced mechanical engineering topics with applied entrepreneurship. It also includes a 12-week industry placement.
You'll study advanced robotics, learning about multi-modal sensor integration and human-robot interactions. You'll also study advanced manufacturing, investigating modern and smart manufacturing technologies.
Alongside the engineering modules, you'll gain knowledge of entrepreneurship in a global context. You'll gain a strong understanding of the key components of a business start-up. This includes how to start a business, people management, and innovative project development.
Our research and teaching collaborations include a partnership with CERN (large hadron collider). This provides opportunities for industrial placements, PhDs and graduate positions.
You should have, or expect to have, a first degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Applied Physics or equivalent. You are expected to have achieved a good second class honours degree, or an equivalent standard. Relevant work experience is also considered, when a first or 2:2 degree is not achieved.
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