Queen Mary University of London Mechanical Engineering

Queen Mary University of London Mechanical Engineering

Queen Mary University of London Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

H300 BEng (Hons) 3 years

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Overview

Mechanical Engineering will show you not only how parts, machines and systems work, but also how to design and analyse them. These systems could be a power station, a jet engine, a car engine, or even a household object – the emphasis is on energy and design. If you are on the MEng programme you will work on a group design project in the final year; recent examples include a performance assessment of Britain’s Olympic Bobsleigh and the testing of a combustor from a Rolls Royce microgas turbine. The degree programmes are accredited by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.

Study abroad

You can choose to apply for a four-year version of this degree with a full year abroad. We have links with universities around the world, including Europe, North America, Australia, and Asia (specific partnerships for each programme may vary).

While there are no extra tuition fees associated with these placements abroad, you will need to cover the cost of your transport to your destination and your living expenses, including accommodation.

Find out more about study abroad opportunities at QMUL.

Advanced Mechanical Engineering

MSc ( 1 year Full-time )

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Overview

Postgraduate Open AfternoonMechanical Engineering is the application of physical science to practical problem solving. As a Mechanical Engineer you could be working on anything from a simple component such as a switch, to more complex machines such an internal combustion engine or an entire system such as an automobile or a factory production line. The MSc degree in Advanced Mechanical Engineering is a 1 calendar year programme forming part of a suite of programmes offered in Mechanical Engineering at Queen Mary University of London. The MSc programmes are aimed at students who already an have an in depth knowledge of an area of Science and Engineering, and who wish to specialise further in the area of Mechanical Engineering. The programme has a choice of modules enabling you to select a Solid Mechanics, Robotics and Automation or Thermofluids and Combustion pathway thereby allowing you to follow your interests.

The Mechanical Engineering degree programmes at QMUL are delivered by a large number of specialist academic staff, who, in addition to their teaching, are involved in internationally recognised research in a wide range of topics, including:

– Energy generation and conversion, including alternative and sustainable sources
– Heat transfer and fluid mechanics
– Computational engineering, both solids and fluids
– Control engineering
– Robotics
– Materials science, including structural and functional materials