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Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

If you are fascinated by how machines works, Mechanical Engineering is the degree for you. As a Mechanical Engineer, you can use your skills in maths and science for designing medical devices, mobile phones, motorcycles, robots, Formula 1 cars or aircraft.  In fact, virtually all man-made products have mechanical features designed and developed by mechanical engineers, so this degree can open up the door to opportunities across a large number of industries.

Our graduates enjoy success in challenging, rewarding and diverse professional roles, from designing and testing the latest vehicles to developing new sustainable forms of materials. You could go on to tackle some of the biggest eco-challenges of modern society by designing mechanisms to reduce car emissions and fuel consumption or by finding alternative energy sources.

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Our graduates enjoy success in challenging, rewarding and diverse professional roles, from designing and testing the latest vehicles to developing new sustainable forms of materials. You could go on to tackle some of the biggest eco-challenges of modern society by designing mechanisms to reduce car emissions and fuel consumption or by finding alternative energy sources.

20
in the UK
(Complete University Guide 2021)
Joint 1st
in the UK for Research Intensity
(Complete University Guide 2021)
Undergraduate mechanical engineering student, Katie Kane, talks about her experiences studying the subject at Queen’s University Belfast
Undergraduate mechanical engineering student, Katie Kane, talks about her experiences studying the subject at Queen’s University Belfast

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