Advanced Mechanical Engineering Masters at University of Birmingham - UCAS

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Course summary

This innovative MSc Advanced Mechanical Engineering programme offers graduates excellent career prospects in a broad field of mechanical engineering-related industries. It will also provide excellent preparation for those wishing to undertake a PhD. The MSc Advanced Mechanical Engineering is a broad-based programme covering an important and industrially-relevant portfolio of mechanical engineering modules. All the teaching is delivered by highly experienced and qualified members of academic staff who are at the cutting-edge of research in their respective fields. This programme will be attractive to graduates of mechanical engineering or related subjects. With leading research into Advanced Mechanical Engineering, the University of Birmingham is the ideal location for bright graduates, looking for a solid and well-respected postgraduate qualification which will act as a springboard for a successful future.


Research and professional skills; integrated design project; advanced project; optional; advanced mechanics; advanced robotics; advanced thermal systems; advanced vehicle engineering; biofuels and combustion; bio-medical engineering; computational geometry; laser-based manufacturing; micro and nano technologies; process modelling; R and D in manufacturing processes; intelligent systems; machining support systems.

Assessment method

100 per cent continuous assessment, comprising: 1 project report based on in-depth research into a set subject (70 per cent) and presentation of the work (30 per cent).

How to apply

International applicants

English language requirements may apply for international students

This course has a subject classification which requires students whose nationality is outside the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland to have an ATAS certificate, irrespective of country of residence at the point of application.

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Entry requirements

A 2:2 overall equivalent UK degree in Mechanical Engineering with a 2:1 in Thermodynamics, Fluid-dynamics, Static and Dynamic Mechanics.

Fees and funding

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Advanced Mechanical Engineering Masters at University of Birmingham - UCAS