Mechanical Engineering at University of Chester - UCAS

Course summary

Chester's MSc aims to give you an advanced skillset and the emerging engineering knowledge needed to take a leading role in Industry 4.0 environments. The MSc gives you the chance to learn advanced concepts that covers areas of mechanical engineering, including materials science, thermofluids / energy systems, rigid / deformable body mechanics, manufacturing, strategy and design. This is reinforced with an examination of project and research methods, which provides students with an advanced skillset in professional and research practice. Why study this course with us? Mechanical Engineering is the innovative application of engineering and management sciences, which underpin existing and emerging technologies, to the complete life cycle of all mechanical devices, machines and systems. The MSc curriculum has been developed to provide an advanced mechanical engineering education at Master’s level, and the intention is to produce graduates with a strong academic background who are ready to enter cutting-edge industry. The course is delivered by the Faculty of Science and Engineering, and is located at the historic Exton Park site in Chester. Graduates of the course will be in demand from a broad spectrum of engineering organisations, particularly those within the automotive, aerospace, R&D, consultancy and manufacturing sectors. The transferable skills that can be gained from this course will mean that graduates are also able to enter careers in management, finance, IT and the armed forces.


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Assessment method

Assessment for the course is oriented towards practicality, with exam elements reduced in favour of a focus on modules that assess student learning via coursework. The precise ratio of coursework to exams depends on module choices.

Entry requirements

Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, or in a related area, with a minimum of 2:2 classification. All applications are considered on a case-by-case basis to ensure an appropriate fit to the programme of study.

Fees and funding

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Mechanical Engineering at University of Chester - UCAS