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This MSc in Motorsport Engineering aims to meet industry’s need for professional engineers with postgraduate knowledge and skills in motorsport engineering and digital manufacturing such as 3D printing. Taught at the University of Bolton’s National Centre for Motorsport Engineering, it’s an ideal choice if you’re planning a career at the forefront of this fast-moving industry.
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Our MSc in Motorsport Engineering focuses on preparing you for industry. It’s designed to take you from your bachelor’s degree to a role in the motorsport or automotive industries. Written with industry collaboration, our dedicated, knowledgeable team will cover the key areas needed to make you stand out to employers. We’ll concentrate on technological advancements, such as additive manufacturing (commonly called 3D printing), advanced powertrains, electric vehicles, big data and industry 4.0.
By working with industry players like Airbus, HAAS F1, M-Sport, Prodrive and RML to write the programme, we’re ensuring that the core ethos, skills and projects are industry-centred, realistic and aimed to maximise your employability. The fourth industrial revolution, known as industry 4.0, is happening around us and the motorsport and automotive industries are leading these changes. We’ll explore the latest in motorsport vehicle dynamics, advanced powertrain technologies, and the design and development of electric vehicles. Our dedicated and knowledgeable team will work to help you prepare to develop and innovate as the industry evolves.
Additionally, the course is designed to address all the competencies set out by the Engineering Council and UK-SPEC, and to support you to achieve Chartered Engineer (CEng) status. So, if you’re an ambitious motorsport or automotive engineering graduate seeking to develop advanced digital manufacturing and production engineering knowledge while boosting your understanding of core motorsports engineering principles, this master’s degree should prove an excellent investment in your future.
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Where changes are made to material information contained in this course description or a decision is taken to suspend a course between the offer of admissions and enrolment, we will inform applicants at the earliest possible opportunity and will outline the various options available to the applicant.
This course addresses contemporary issues in motorsport engineering. Graduates of the course will be ready to enter the motorsport or automotive engineering industries, especially in roles that demand knowledge of digital engineering, motorsport based analysis and simulation and manufacturing technologies. In addition to developing your technical knowledge and experience, this programme will also give you greater confidence in your transferable and personal skills. These include problem solving, critical thinking, team working, and communication.
As a graduate of this MSc, you’ll be prepared to take on advanced roles in the motorsport and automotive industries; for instance, in design, development and operations, research and testing, structures and analysis, or race engineering, In particular, you’ll be ready to promote and develop digital engineering and manufacturing solutions in a motorsport or automotive engineering-based organisation.
It’s likely that you will seek to achieve Chartered Engineer (CEng) status, and this master’s is designed to meet the academic requirements leading to this professional registration.
Research is an exciting career path that will allow you to explore working in research and development roles or in academia. An MSc can also be used as a stepping-stone for those who wish to continue to an MPhil or PhD.
Graduates can also use the qualification to enter a range of other careers, bearing in mind that relevant experience or postgraduate study may be required. Some of these roles include:
Home students starting this course in the first year will be required to pay a Home fee of £4,560 for the academic year 2020/21.
Overseas students starting this course in the first year will be required to pay a Overseas fee of £12,450 for the academic year 2020/21.
Please note, the total course fee for a Home student starting this course in 2020/21 will be £6,840. As this is an 18 month course, the fees are £4,560 for the first year and £2,280 for the final semester.
The fees for a student’s course of study will be set for the normal duration of that course subject only to inflationary increases – measured by the Consumer Price Index (CPI) recorded in March each year to take effect for subsequent start dates.
The university is currently awaiting government guidelines as to EU fee charges for students commencing study in 2020/2021.
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Apply online: University of Bolton MSc Motorsport Engineering - 21 September 2020
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Apply online: University of Bolton MSc Motorsport Engineering - 21 September 2020
Our overall teaching and learning strategy is student-centred. We use a blended approach involving face-to-face sessions and online learning. Active learning is promoted using lectures, seminars, workshops, practicals and tutorials, along with guided and self-directed study. These are supported by online discussions and activities posted on our virtual learning environment (VLE).
You’ll be expected to spend a considerable amount of time on independent learning, including literature searches, reading, completing work for seminars, preparing for workshops, presentations or group discussions. Some modules will have on-line resources and activities to complete.
Assessment serves several functions, with the obvious and primary purpose being to evaluate your achievement of the stated learning outcomes. Assessment also helps you to identify what you have done well and where you can improve so that you can organise and develop your learning. The major forms of assessment we use are reports, presentations and portfolios.
The modules listed below may be a mixture of compulsory and optional. You may not have the opportunity to study all the modules shown as part of the course.
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The academic staff detailed above teach across a range of courses in this subject area and may not teach on this course specifically.
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