Coventry University is a diverse and exciting place to work and we share the enthusiasm of our staff and students to be the best at whatever they choose to do. As one of the City’s biggest employers, we offer some impressive benefits for our staff and are committed to delivering the very best opportunities. As well as studying an advanced area of automotive engineering within a simulated industrial environment, you will also be able to extend your maths, design, mechanical science and project management abilities. You’ll build your understanding of how vehicle and product systems are designed and developed, as well as automotive driveline and chassis engineering. This is an innovative module which you will hopefully find not only challenging but also rewarding as it aims to extend the way you think about engineering management excellence and research application. However, there are plenty of universities offer master’s degrees in automotive engineering.
The programme has been developed by a consortium of European partners, all with significant experience in the area of innovation and automobile engineering. Our award-winning careers service will develop your employment potential through career coaching and find you graduate jobs, placements and global opportunities. We aim to arrange your major project in relation to an existing industrial automotive or general engineering problem, with contact and supervision from a major automotive supplier. Apply Newton’s laws and energy method to engineering components in motion modelled as particles and rigid bodies.
Therefore, the International Automotive Task Force (IATF), a group of the world’s leading manufacturers and trade organizations, developed the standard ISO/TS 16949 This standard defines the design, development, production, and when relevant, installation and service requirements. This course is for people who enjoy solving practical problems and who want to study a course that focuses on automotive engineering and leads to an integrated masters (MEng) qualification. This module introduces all automotive systems and covers the design of all automotive dynamics and control systems.
Second Year: You will study dynamics, thermofluid mechanics, further engineering mathematics, computer-aided engineering (CAE), structural mechanics, automotive electronics and control systems, integrated engineering systems design, and project management and product development. The program also offers the possibility to achieve a double degree at the University of Windsor (Canada) by attending the last year in the Canadian University and by defending a thesis both in Italy and in Canada. You can support The College of Engineering by making a gift to the University of Wisconsin Foundation.
The Department of Automotive Engineering was established in the October 2005 and the academic session for the Bachelor of Engineering in Automotive started in January 2006 with the Initial intake of 35 students. This provides a firm base of engineering principles, knowledge and basic skills and means you can change course at the end of the first year if you prefer.