Automotive industry in the UK and around the world has seen great technological developments in recent years and despite economic pressures the industry has faced it is set for continued growth. By the end of this course you’ll be in an excellent position to become an automotive engineering professional. The module also introduces concepts from classical control, using the engineering programming tools to model and analyse performance of engineering systems enabling learning of the functionality of control analysis and design software. The average workweek for an automotive engineer is between 40 and 55 hours, but it can be longer as deadlines approach. The Automotive Engineering course is a four-year programme taught entirely in English and leads to a Bachelor of Science.
You will also will apply topics including mathematics, conceptual design, manufacturing and automotive systems to a design project. Since all industrial automotive product development is carried out in a …Read More