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This course will equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to meet the needs of the automotive industry in the advanced areas of analysis, design and manufacture.
Traditionally, the sector has been associated with high-volume vehicle manufacture, but the past decade has seen the landscape shift towards automotive component manufacturers and specialist design and consultancy house.
This course will prepare you to work in a range of different settings. Core modules will develop your knowledge of key fields such as chassis and driveline engineering, as well as human factors in automotive. You will use this knowledge during the design and build project. You’ll then choose from advanced professional skills modules and other optional modules on topics that suit your own interests and
A bachelor degree with 2:1 (hons) in a relevant engineering discipline. Successful applicants will have strong grades in relevant modules including advanced mathematics, fluid mechanics, strength of materials and dynamics. We may ask for further detailed module information if these are not clear on your transcript.
All applicants will need to have GCSE English Language at grade C or above, or an appropriate English language qualification.
After a research through different universities and comparing their compulsory modules and optional, I found the University of Leeds offered the perfect programme for me, including basics modules for an automotive engineering master's but adding modules that would have a perfect relation between other engineering disciplines.
One of the best aspects of the course was receiving help from my teachers and classmates; the people here are helpful and every teacher makes a space in their agenda to clear any doubt - you have you just need to write an email and it is done. On the other hand, the libraries and the clusters are perfect to focus and finish all your coursework in time - those are helpful places.
So far my professional project is one of the best things I have to do in my master degree. First, I did not know anything about the topic, and in my first semester I took “Introduction to Tribology”, which helped me to understand. I really like my professional project which is called “Humidity effect on tribological systems”.
Read the full profile: https://eps.leeds.ac.uk/mechanical-engineering-masters/dir-record/student-alumni-profiles/3284/luis-antonio-ayala-caballero
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