IELTS: 6 (min 5.5 in all areas)
Pearson: 59 (59 in all sub scores)
BrunELT: 58% (min 55% in all areas)
TOEFL: 77 (min R18, L17, S20, W17)
Brunel’s Advanced Mechanical Engineering MSc degree allows you to specialise in one of two streams, thermofluids or solid body mechanics, and will give you the thorough learning experience you need to take your career in these areas to the next level.
This advanced course will help you to develop the versatility and depth to deal with complex challenges in fluid or solid engineering faced by senior engineers. It will provide you with the advanced knowledge and understanding to apply your scientific skills to solve problems and design machines that help us enjoy a better lifestyle.
Brunel’s expert academics are conducting some of the latest research in the field and this feeds directly into the course teaching. They collaborate with major oil companies, vehicle manufacturers, and leading industrial firms and government laboratories. We also work with universities around the world.
You’ll have access to our well-equipped laboratories with dedicated areas for fluid mechanics, internal combustion engines, vibrations and structural testing, and will use our high-tech computing facilities for simulation and modelling of fluid and solid research.
Our advanced mechanical engineering course is accredited by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) and is studied full-time over one year.
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ME5542 - Advanced Modelling and Design
ME5571 - Research Methods and Sustainable Engineering
ME5641 - Strategy and Business Planning
MN5562 - Computer Aided Engineering 1
ME5500 - Dissertation
DM5563 - Human Factors in Design
ME5504 - Structural Design and FEA
ME5506 - Energy Conversion Technologies
ME5521 - Renewable Energy Technologies
ME5535 - Advanced Thermofluids
ME5554 - Advanced Solid Body Mechanics
ME5557 - Dynamics and Modal Analysis
ME5629 - Principles of Heat and Mass Transfer
With Brunel’s Advanced Mechanical Engineering MSc degree you will be ideally placed for employment in mechanical and related engineering. Typical roles include design, consultancy, maintenance, operations and project management.
Some graduates progress to research and development roles in manufacturing, aerospace, energy, automotive, micro/nano technology, nuclear and defence.
Insurance – Single: 300 GBP per year