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About the course

We are now accepting applications for the Mechanical Engineering course for January 2022. Please visit our website for more information.

The MSc in Mechanical Engineering provides a comprehensive understanding of modern mechanical engineering techniques, presenting examples from different disciplines and industries.

The Mechanical Engineering course offers excellent future prospects and is ideal if you have completed an undergraduate degree and wish to develop your knowledge before seeking employment.

You will cover subjects including mechanical engineering tools, problem solving techniques, formulation of experimental data and real world applications. Your research project will have high industrial relevance.

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Entry Requirements

The entry requirements for the MSc in Mechanical Engineering course is a first or upper second class honours degree in Mechanical Engineering, or a similar relevant engineering or science discipline (for example, physics or mathematics). English language requirement IELTS 6.5 (with a minimum of 5.5 in each component) or Swansea University recognised equivalent. Please visit our website for more information on entry requirements for the Mechanical Engineering course.


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 Course Content

Where is Swansea University



Swansea University is proud to announce the Sanctuary Scholarship. The University is committed to providing equal opportunities in higher education for people seeking sanctuary in the UK and aiding them to meet their full potential and ambitions.

The Sanctuary Scholarship will support one postgraduate taught master’s student each academic year. The Scholarship offers one award for entry to an eligible postgraduate taught master’s programme starting in September 2022, and includes:

- A full tuition fee bursary, to cover the cost of postgraduate taught master’s course fees.
- Additional funds will be available to help towards course related costs such as travel to and from University, subsistence costs, digital equipment and books.*
(*Please note that payment is not awarded in cash. Remittance is awarded via travel passes, university catering cards, equipment, etc).

In addition to the financial support listed above, throughout their studies the sanctuary scholar will have access to CampusLife and University support services, and will be able to access library support.

Value of Scholarship(s)

Tuition fee and course related costs


You are one of the following: a) You are a Person Seeking Asylum in the UK, b) You have been granted discretionary leave to remain or Humanitarian Protection, c) You are the partner/dependent included on the application of an asylum seeker in the UK AND have a conditional or unconditional offer from Swansea University for entry in September 2022 onto a postgraduate taught master’s degree course.

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Application Procedure

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