Mechanical Engineering with Industrial Experience MEng

University of Manchester
En Manchester (Inglaterra)

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  • Master
  • Manchester (Inglaterra)
  • Duración:
    5 Semesters
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You may find it highly beneficial, both to your university education and to your subsequent employability, to integrate a substantial period in industry within your degree.

We offer you the chance to do this with a structured placement year in industry, which would normally be completed after the first two years of the Mechanical Engineering degree course, ie your third year. However, a small number of students have opted to organise their industrial experience placement during their fourth year, before the final MEng year.



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You may find it highly beneficial, both to your university education and to your subsequent employability, to integrate a substantial period in industry within your degree.

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10 octubre 2016
Manchester
Oxford Road, M13 9PL, Greater Manchester, Inglaterra
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English Language
Staff
Problem Solving
Options
Network
English
Electronic Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Design
Mathematics
Mechanics
Supply
Electrical
Maths
Thermodynamics
Simulation
Materials
University
School
Project
Communications
systems
Industry
Engineering
Employability
Team Training
Network Training
GCSE Mathematics
Fluid Mechanics
GCSE Physics

The University warmly welcomes applications from students studying the Key Skills qualification. However, as the opportunities to take these modules are not open to all applicants, currently this is not an essential requirement of the University.

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This course aims to provide the mechanical engineers of the future with:
An education that covers the breadth of the subject
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
A high degree of competence in engineering design
Practical skills gained from hands-on industry experience that ensures they are particularly sought after by employers
This course includes an industrial experience year
The novel teaching methods combine with real practice to add direct relevance
There are opportunities to specialise in your fourth and fifth years
Typically, you take lectures and tutorial classes in the mornings with laboratory classes on some afternoons. Active learning is included in some programmes through a range of small problem bachelorsed projects

This is complementary to the taught elements and is challenging and fun. Through the mix of learning from transitional lectures to team work and problem solving you will obtain: a thorough understanding of engineering science or construction through application of your knowledge; the ability to deal with the multi-disciplinary nature of modern engineering; a creative approach to problem solving; the self motivated approach required for success in university education; and the interpersonal and management skills needed when working in teams to fixed deadlines.
The methods of assessment vary widely to suit the nature of the course unit and the material being produced by the students. Examinations are held where appropriate but emphasis is placed on continuous assessment including reports, posters, presentations and vivas, especially during the first two years and for project work. Major pieces of course work are double marked and moderated by external examiners to maintain objectivity and uniformity in the assessment procedures. Examples of Coursework and Assessment
are available on individual Unit Specifications.
bachelorsic engineering knowledge and skills are taught in a core syllabus over all years of the course.
We view design as an especially important activity, as it integrates the engineering topics across the degree course.
Years 3 and 4 also offer a range of options, so that you can select subjects to suit your individual needs, interests and career aspirations.
Options cover many theoretical and practical aspects of industrially relevant topics and include some of the latest developments in mechanical engineering.
The common first year provides the bachelorsic knowledge and skills that are applicable to all engineering, in a novel, challenging and active learning environment. These include:
Mechanics
Thermo-fluids
Materials
Mechatronics
Communications
Design
Mathematics

View Year 1 Example course structure
Course units for year 1
The course unit details given below are subject to change, and are the latest example of the curriculum available on this course of study.
TitleCodeCredit ratingMandatory/optionalStructures 1 (Mech)
MACE10004
10
Mandatory
Workshop Practice
MACE10020
0
Mandatory
Design 1 (Mechanical)
MACE10331
10
Mandatory
Fluid Mechanics for Aerospace and Mechanical Engineers
MACE10421
10
Mandatory
Electrical Energy Supply & Circuits
MACE10492
10
Mandatory
Aerospace and Mechanical Thermodynamics
MACE11005
10
Mandatory
Manufacturing Engineering 1
MACE11012
10
Mandatory
Mechanical Engineering Systems
MACE11019
10
Mandatory
Mechanics (Aero/Mech)
MACE11602
10
Mandatory
Materials 1
MACE12002
10
Mandatory
Tools for Engineers (Mechanical)
MACE12301
10
Mandatory
Peer Assisted Study Scheme (Mechanical Engineering)
MACE19020
0
Mandatory
Mathematics 1M1
MATH19661
10
Mandatory
Mathematics 1M2
MATH19662
10
Mandatory
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You study course units in:
Design
Management
Professional studies
You also begin to study the core material that provides the bachelorsic technical knowledge required by mechanical engineers. This includes:
Control
Dynamics
Fluids
Materials and structures
Thermodynamics

These topics are taught in an innovative, application-driven environment, where you will use and enhance the learning skills developed in Year 1. For example, a typical design challenge might be a transmission system for a racing car, choosing the gear ratios to maximise acceleration. All the design challenges produce practical results. View Year 2 Example course structure
Course units for year 2
The course unit details given below are subject to change, and are the latest example of the curriculum available on this course of study.
TitleCodeCredit ratingMandatory/optionalApplied Thermodynamics
MACE20035
10
Mandatory
Materials 2
MACE20037
10
Mandatory
Numerical Methods & Computing
MACE20042
10
Mandatory
Manufacturing Engineering 2
MACE20051
10
Mandatory
Design 2 (Mechanical)
MACE20071
10
Mandatory
Fluid Mechanics 2
MACE20121
10
Mandatory
Dynamics
MACE20442
10
Mandatory
Modelling & Simulation (Mech)
MACE21015
10
Mandatory
Structures 2 (Mechanical)
MACE21021
10
Mandatory
Data Acquisition & Experimental Methods (Mech)
MACE21342
10
Mandatory
Project Management (Aero/Mech)
MACE22491
10
Mandatory
Mathematics 2M1
MATH29661
10
Mandatory
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The majority of students on this programme undertake a structured placement in the UK mechanical engineering industry during the third year. View Year 3 Example course structure

As well as local supervision, you will be supported by the University network and an individual tutor who will visit you at your workplace.
You will work on a range of real mechanical engineering projects, ensuring that at the end of your studies you emerge as an experienced engineer.
Course units for year 3
The course unit details given below are subject to change, and are the latest example of the curriculum available on this course of study.
TitleCodeCredit ratingMandatory/optionalControl Engineering
MACE30022
10
Mandatory
Modelling & Simulation 3
MACE30051
10
Mandatory
Engineering Manufacturing 3
MACE30121
10
Mandatory
Heat Transfer
MACE30431
10
Mandatory
Vibrations
MACE30442
10
Mandatory
Operations Management
MACE30461
10
Mandatory
Individual Project
MACE31030
20
Mandatory
Design 3 (Mechanical)
MACE31041
10
Mandatory
Structures 3 (Mechanical)
MACE32002
10
Mandatory
Engineering Thermodynamics
MACE32102
10
Mandatory
Nuclear Systems
MACE30632
10
Optional
Fluid Mechanics
MACE31422
10
Optional
Renewable Energy Systems
MACE31532
10
Optional
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Your final years take on a different character from that of the earlier years, in that you will spend a lot of your time on exercises carried out either individually, or as part of a team.
In Year 4, the emphasis on specialist mechanical material continues. 
You will undertake a design activity that includes the design, build and test of a machine or process.

You will also undertake an individual research project.  View Year 4 Example course structure
Course units for year 4
The course unit details given below are subject to change, and are the latest example of the curriculum available on this course of study.
TitleCodeCredit ratingMandatory/optionalAdvanced Modelling & Simulation
MACE40041
15
Mandatory
Legal Issues
MACE40461
15
Mandatory
Mechanical Group Project
MACE42003
30
Mandatory
Advanced Heat Transfer
MACE40051
15
Optional
Composites and Polymers
MACE40102
15
Optional
Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics
MACE40122
15
Optional
Advanced Machining Technology
MACE40311
15
Optional
Additive Manufacturing & 3D Product Modelling
MACE40362
15
Optional
Acoustics & Advanced Vibrations
MACE40442
15
Optional
Legal Issues
MACE40461
15
Optional
Engineering Foresight
MACE41011
15
Optional
Aeroacoustics
MACE41132
15
Optional
Structural Integrity
MACE43002
15
Optional
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You will undertake a group project and complete your formal studies with a selection of options.
Core material expands to include such topics as:
Manufacturing
Project management
A wide range of options may include, amongst others:
Environment
Machine tools
Management
Manufacturing
Materials
Mathematics
Micro-mechanics
Modelling and simulation
Plant monitoring
Power plant
Processes

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Course units for year 5
The course unit details given below are subject to change, and are the latest example of the curriculum available on this course of study.
TitleCodeCredit ratingMandatory/optional

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37 points overall with 6 in Maths at higher level, 6 in Physics at higher level and 5 in English at standard level
Irish Higher grades AAAAB to include AAA in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Physics.
AAA / AAB in Advanced Highers including Mathematics and preferably Physics. Two Highers accepted in place of one Advanced Higher.
Pass and AA in Mathematics and Physics at A-level.
Acceptable on its own, or in combination with other qualifications. Applications from students studying for this qualification are welcome and all such applicants will be considered on an individual bachelorsis.
The University of Manchester has a rich academic heritage and is one of the world's leading research-intensive universities. We also have a long history of welcoming international students and seek to continue this tradition by admitting excellent students from across the world.

Details of country-specific entry requirements are available from the main University website
DDD and A-level Mathematics grade A
Applications from students studying for this qualification are welcome and all such applicants will be considered on an individual bachelorsis.  QAA's normal requirements for diploma applicants are 60 (10-hour) credits with 45 at level 3 and the remainder at level 2.  Mathematics A-level at grade A will also be required.
The University welcomes applicants with the AP qualification. Such applications will be considered on an individual bachelorsis.
We welcome applications from students who have achieved excellence in Progression and Advanced Diplomas. For all courses, we require diploma learners to have achieved a grade B overall in the Engineering Progression Diploma, plus a grade A at GCE A-level Mathematics.
Minimum grade C in English Language, or equivalent: IELTS 6.0 (with no component less than 5.5) or TOEFL 550/220 computer -bachelorsed or 80 internet-bachelorsed with a minimum of 20 in each component.
Some English language test results are only valid for two years. Your English language test report must be valid on the start date of the course.
Application and selection
Formal applications for entry to all undergraduate courses must be made through  UCAS
If you have any queries about our courses or our entry requirements, please do contact us at ug-mace@manchester.ac.uk
and we will be happy to advise you further.
All applications are considered on an individual bachelorsis once we receive a formal application through UCAS which includes details of the subjects taken and grades achieved, a personal statement, reference and your predicted grades (if you have not yet taken you final examinations).
We do not hold interviews but UK-bachelorsed applicants who receive an offer will be invited to a Visit Day, which generally take place on Wednesday afternoons from November - March. This is an opportunity to visit the School and our facilities and includes a lab tour with current first year students.
If you wish to enquire about whether you would be eligible to apply for entry into the second year of our courses, please email ug-mace@manchester.ac.uk
with scanned copies of your transcripts to date and full details of your qualifications and we will then be able to advise you further.
Course details

For more information about scholarships and bursaries please see our   undergraduate fees pages
 or visit the  Scholarships and bursaries
 on the School website.
Our School has links with industry both to drive forward the research that takes place here, and to inform how and what we teach. This ensures our course content is relevant to industrial requirements.
An annual Industrial Board takes place in the School, as well as regular visit from employers, who are given the opportunity to speak to students on all sorts of topics relevant to your studies and potential career aspirations.
 Find out what our students
have to say.
The School offers a range of innovative degree courses in Aerospace Engineering that are supported by excellent computational and experimental facilities

All courses have been developed in consultation with industry.  This ensures that they cover the fundamentals, as well as the key aerospace disciplines that are relevant to graduate careers and cutting-edge research.
Particular strengths of a Manchester aerospace engineer are team-working, creativity and adaptability.  This stems from the breadth of education and the range of enquiry-bachelorsed learning that your receive.
Core degrees are the three-year bachelor and the four-year MEng in Aerospace Engineering.  There are MEng courses for students who wish to gain industrial experience or to study more management.  In addition, it is possible to spend one semester at a partner university elsewhere in the world.
Learn about facilities, resources, skills development opportunities and more about studying  Mechanical Engineering at Manchester
Careers
Graduates are equipped to enter the globachelorl aerospace and defence industries, or continue on to postgraduate study.  The enormous range of career opportunities reflects the diverse and multidisciplinary nature of the aerospace sector.  Acquiring high levels of attainment in transferable skills such as simulation, problem solving, design, management and modelling enables graduates to adapt to new challenges and offers broad insight into engineering solutions. 

You can become a research engineer, discovering new ideas; a design engineer, with creativity and imagination; a construction or production engineer, making products or systems; or a project manager, controlling complex products and constructions.  The excitement is that you are unlikely to do the same thing day in and day out. Our graduates are increasingly sought after for positions in the business, management and financial arenas.  Further information
All our  Mechanical Engineering degrees are fully accredited
 - Chartered Engineer CEng is the highest professional qualification for engineers. It is recognised internationally and renders you eligible for the European Ingenieur (Eurling) qualification. The process to become a Chartered Engineer has three stages:
1. The Educational bachelorse (MEng, or bachelor with MSc)
2. Initial Professional Development
3. Professional Review

Graduates on this bachelor (Hons) course will therefore need further learning equivalent to masters level for Chartered status, via an approved or accredited MSc, transfer to an MEng course, or other further learning, such as part of a structured training programme in the workplace.
Students are encouraged to become members of the  Institution of Mechanical Engineers