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New Mechanical Engineering Course with Industrial Application at Heriot-Watt

9 June 2020

Heriot-Watt University has launched a new course- MSc Advanced Mechanical Engineering with Industrial Application for September 2020 and applications are open. This is a 2-year masters degree course which provides the opportunity to gain industrial work- experience and acquire technical, scientific and managerial abilities for a career as a professional mechanical engineer.

Mechanical Engineering at Heriot-Watt university is ranked 8th in the UK (Guardian University Guide 2020). Located in Edinburgh, it is the 8th oldest institution in the UK with a rich heritage of research and teaching. The University has strong connections and collaborations with the industry lending a practical edge to its programmes and helping students become career ready. Heriot-Watt is a truly international University with five global campuses and over 30,000 international students studying at its campuses in the UK, Malaysia and Dubai.

If you are interested in studying in the UK and want to learn more about studying MSc Advanced Mechanical Engineering with Industrial Application, book a free consultation with SI-UK today. Our education consultants will help you understand the entry requirements and apply hassle free.

 

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