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The Department of Design, Manufacture and Engineering Management (DMEM) is an internationally leading department delivering multi-disciplinary learning which is both innovative and industry focused within the Faculty of Engineering; one of the best equipped engineering faculties in the UK and the largest in Scotland. The department’s unique focus is on “Delivering Total Engineering” through:
- Research excellence
- Industrial partnerships
- Creative engineering education
We have a portfolio of courses across our design, manufacture and engineering management themes at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, along with a number of research opportunities. We are the only department in the UK combining end-to end multidisciplinary expertise which ensures our students are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to embark on a successful career. For those already working professionally, we have a range of continuing professional development courses in order for you to maintain and develop your skills to keep up to date with a fast-moving industry.
Our department is well equipped with state-of-the-art tools to help design, prototype, manufacture and perform research on a broad range of items. Our skills and equipment are utilised on a number of student, commercial and research projects. We have various workshops to assist us in this work, which include Rapid Prototyping, Virtual Prototyping, Reverse Engineering and Mechatronics labs.
We have one of the UK’s only digital design suites to combine virtual and physical design and prototyping.
The department itself was refurbished in 2014 and offers modern teaching, studying and research facilities featuring a broad range of IT facilities, group study areas and studio space.
Our staff have a wealth of national and international practical and teaching experience and are recognised as thought leaders in their fields.
Design, Manufacture and Engineering Management students enjoy broad based education with the opportunity to collaborate with colleagues from different departments across the Faculty of Engineering and the University, as well as with our industry partners and international partners.
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Manufacturing and engineering are thriving sectors at the heart of the UK economy. They generate jobs, promote economic growth and increase global trade. Read more
This course includes two streams, . MSc/PgDip Design Engineering with Sustainability. and . MSc/PgDip Design Engineering with Advanced Product Development. Read more
Modern manufacturing engineers not only need to be experts in the latest classic manufacturing technologies – they need to know how to exploit the power of Digital Manufacturing to stay competitive in an increasingly global digital market. Read more
Engineering Doctorates in Advanced Manufacturing for Engineers and Scientists. University of Strathclyde – Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) Department for Design, Manufacture and Engineering Management (DMEM). Read more
Engineering management is critical in the delivery of technical products and services. This course combines process performance with strategic business analysis to deliver an in-depth understanding of operational issues in relation to engineering industries. Read more
The MSc in Global Innovation Management is a unique two-year programme. It’s offered jointly by. University of Strathclyde. Hamburg University of Technology. Read more
This course provides you with a broad introduction to the issues encountered and techniques required in developing advanced mechatronic products and automation systems. Read more
This course aims to provide graduates not only with enhanced skills in creative product design, but a deeper understanding of the cognitive, cultural and physical needs of users that inform new product design and development. Read more
Supply chain management is a critical business competency. It encompasses procurement of materials, processing and distribution of products and services to customers. Read more
Supply chain management is widely accepted as a critical business competency. It includes. initial design. procurement of materials and services. Read more
Supply chain management is widely accepted as a critical business competency. It encompasses procurement of materials, processing and distribution of products and services to customers. Read more
The management of large complex systems engineering projects demands a unique set of skills that are not taught within conventional engineering or business management programmes. Read more