Engineering (Mechanical Manufacture)
Overview of the programme
Government is focusing heavily on boosting the UK manufacturing industry; failure to meet demands for engineering skills could cost the UK £27bn a year.
58% of all new jobs will be STEM related, and the number of those studying for degrees in science, engineering and technology must increase by over 40% on current levels if demands are to be met.
Of all STEM skills, those in mechanical and manufacturing engineering are becoming increasingly highly valued.
Here at Glyndŵr University, we aim to ensure that the MSc Engineering (Mechanical Manufacturing)comprises fit-for-purpose teaching and research experience to provide a solid background for a career in the engineering and manufacturing industry sector.
Many of the academic staff have industrial experience spanning a broad range of engineering areas and working levels. Many students from previous years are now in jobs at top international companies such as Rolls-Royce, Siemens, Alstom, and Airbus.