You'll learn how to apply mechanical engineering concepts to traditional engineering problems, and then explore how the same principles can be applied to a more challenging and fascinating problem: the human body.
This degree follows the same syllabus as the MEng Mechanical Engineering for the first two years but in years three and five you'll specialise in biomechanics through taught modules and an individual investigative project. You'll focus on a real-life challenge in a group design project and there are opportunities to work on projects with real clients.
During your fourth year you'll go on a placement in industry. This will put your academic studies into context and improve your skills and employability.
You'll be responsible for finding your own placement but the departmental and faculty careers and employability teams will help you find the right position and get the most out of your experience. Salaries for placement students typically range between
MEng (Hons) Award
4 years Duration
H3H7 UCAS Code