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School of Sciences


If you have spent most of your life taking things apart to see how they work, then this course is for you.

Mechanical engineers use their knowledge of fundamental engineering principles like mechanics, materials, thermofluids and computer-aided design to analyse and design objects and systems with motion. In addition to fundamental elements such as analysis, systems integration, energy
principles, materials properties and computer-aided design, course graduates will also develop skills in user needs, business plan development and social, legal and professional ethics considerations.

Through special option modules, this course can provide you with expertise and specialisations in rapidly evolving areas:
- Energy Systems
- Computer-Aided Design

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The course is designed to provide graduates with a well-rounded knowledge of the field of mechanical engineering, allowing them to take ideas all the way from an idea to production and launch. The course also equips graduates with the relevant skills necessary to pursue and succeed in numerous diverse or specific careers related to mechanical engineering. Given the different applications of mechanical engineering, its diverse nature and its relation to a range of ndustrial sectors, in the recent years, the demand for Mechanical Engineers has risen, providing a variety of career options for mechanical engineers (e.g. energy, design, computing and electronics, automotive, aerospace, biotechnology,
manufacturing, etc.).