BEng Mechanical Engineering with Management
The University of Manchester
Manchester, United Kingdom
GBP 9,250 / per year *
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* home students. Tuition fees for international students will be £25,000 per annum
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- Pioneering innovation since 1824, Manchester was the first English university to offer an engineering degree
- In this course, you will combine learning about engineering with developing your management skills
- Experience a vibrant learning environment with extensive engineering industry links
- Excellent resources for information, computation, workshop and lab facilities, including laser laboratories and wind tunnels
- Accredited by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and meets academic requirements towards becoming a Chartered Engineer.
- Learn in our brand-new, £400m purpose-built engineering building, MECD.
The BEng Mechanical Engineering with Management will give you an excellent grounding in the knowledge and experience of the most fundamental of all engineering disciplines, preparing you for a variety of careers in engineering, technology, business and management.
You will learn that engineering is not just about technology. It is about people, companies, manufacturing and commerce.
Engineering decisions must normally be made within a commercial context and engineers are often found in senior management positions where they are required to be leaders and strategic planners, as well as problem-solvers and designers.
Combining engineering with management, you will study a lively, interesting and multidisciplinary degree, with excellent career prospects for graduates.
You will emerge from this degree as a well-rounded graduate with not only solid engineering training but also a useful insight into the commercial world. This will equip you for a wide range of careers, including general management and sales, as well as jobs in more technical fields.
As in Mechanical Engineering BEng, in addition to core and optional units in the third year, you will also undertake a major individual research project.