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Bachelor of Automotive Technology with Management (Hons)
Bachelor of Automotive Technology with Management (Hons)

Bachelor of Automotive Technology with Management (Hons)

  • ID:UH440025
  • Level:3-Year Bachelor's Degree
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Admission Requirements

Entry requirements

English requirements

  • GCSE: Grade 4/C in English and Mathematics.
  • IGCSE English at grade C or above.
  • International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score of 6.0 (with no less than 5.5 in any band).
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE) 51 (with no less than 42 in any band).
  • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) 72 with band scores of reading 18, writing 17, listening 17, speaking 20.

Course Information

This course gives you the broad-ranging skills to support the development of automotive products. It blends practical study in workshops and well- equipped labs (such as computer simulation, design, vehicle technology, production and manufacture) with management and business studies modules. A particular focus is on group work, which will enable you to develop your team-working skills and improve your employability. You’ll also have the unique opportunity to work with engineering students in designing, building and racing a Formula Student race car.

  • This BSc Honours degree course in Automotive Technology with Management is part of a suite of automotive related courses
  • Our BSc Automotive Technology with Management students have previously completed work placement years at companies including: Nissan and Triumph Motorcycles
  • Graduates highly employable in wide range of firms from Formula One to major motor manufacturers
  • Involvement in Formula Student Competition from year 1, if you wish
  • Recent Automotive Technology graduates have gone on to work at organisations including: Nissan, Dyson, and Bentley Motors
  • You do not need an A-level in Mathematics or Physics to gain entry to this course, you simply need the correct UCAS points and your enthusiasm for the subject.

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Degree programmes are structured into levels, 4, 5 and 6.  These correspond to your first, second and third/final year of study.  Below you can see what modules you’ll be studying in each.  

Level 4

Module, Credits, Compulsory/optional

  • Mechanical Experimental Engineering, 15 Credits, Compulsory
  • Engineering Statistics, 15 Credits, Compulsory
  • Career Skills Development, 0 Credits, Compulsory
  • Introduction to Design for Technologists, 15 Credits, Compulsory
  • Introduction to Manufacturing for Technologists, 15 Credits, Compulsory
  • Motorsport and Automotive Technology, 15 Credits, Compulsory
  • Materials and Electrical Technology, 15 Credits, Compulsory
  • Computing for Business and Technology, 15 Credits, Compulsory
  • Introduction to Practical Safety for Engineers, 0 Credits, Compulsory
  • Mathematics for Engineering, 15 Credits, Compulsory

Level 5

Module, Credits, Compulsory/optional

  • Computer Aided Design, 15 Credits, Compulsory
  • Computer Aided Manufacture, 15 Credits, Compulsory
  • Automotive Electrical Systems, 15 Credits, Compulsory
  • Product and Project Management, 15 Credits, Compulsory
  • Career Planning, 0 Credits, Compulsory
  • Thermofluid Experimental Engineering, 15 Credits, Compulsory
  • Engineering Operations Management, 15 Credits, Compulsory
  • Simulation and Analysis Techniques, 15 Credits, Compulsory
  • Vehicle Aerodynamics and Design, 15 Credits, Compulsory
  • Exchange Year, 120 Credits, Optional
  • Exchange Semester, 60 Credits, Optional

Level 6

Module, Credits, Compulsory/optional

  • Automotive Chassis & Powertrain Technology, 15 Credits, Compulsory
  • Engineering Management and Finance, 15 Credits, Compulsory
  • Reliability Engineering, 15 Credits, Compulsory
  • Instrumentation and Control Systems, 15 Credits, Compulsory
  • Vehicle Design, 15 Credits, Compulsory
  • BSc Individual Project (Automotive Technology), 30 Credits, Compulsory
  • Automotive Body Engineering, 15 Credits, Compulsory
  • Industrial Placement, 0 Credits, Optional
  • Year Abroad, 0 Credits, Optional
  • Careers Portfolio, 0 Credits, Optional
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Career Opportunity

Career Opportunity

Graduates will find employment opportunities in a wide range of companies from major motor manufacturers to small automotive supply chain companies.  Jobs can vary from managing specialist laboratories/test facilities to supervision of production lines, and specialisation in CAD/CAM, to project management.  The breadth and flexibility of this course will also open doors to careers in other branches of engineering, computing or business.

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Overseas Student Health Cover

Insurance-Single: 300 GBP/year

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