Automotive Engineering is a branch of engineering that focuses on the design, development, manufacturing, testing, modification and operation of cars, trucks, buses and motorcycles.
A career in Automotive Engineering is suitable for students who are problem solvers, have strong communication skills and are interested in motor vehicles and the mechanics behind how they work.
Why study Automotive Engineering in the UK?
The UK is home to world famous car brands such as Rolls Royce, Land Rover and Jaguar, providing a stimulating environment to study with so many multinational automobile manufacturers basing their research and development resource in the UK. Studying in the UK prepares you to:.
- Communicate on a global level and have a horizon border than just your own culture as automotive companies exist all over the world
- Glorify your resume with work experience in an international automotive company
- Become a dynamic, forward thinking, visionary person by keeping you engaged in extracurricular activities so that you can be employable
- Expand your possibilities to think out of box just like an automotive engineer
Automotive Engineering Entry Requirements
- Typical A-Level offer: AAA levels must include maths and a physical science.
- International Baccalaureate: 28 points.
- English Speaking Requirements: IELTS overall 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each element.
Careers in Automotive Engineering
There are plenty of jobs available for skilled engineers in the automotive industry, and fully qualified graduates can expect to earn between £25-50,000 per year once working in the sector.
- General Automotive Engineer
- Manufacture Engineer
- Test Engineer
- Design Engineer
- Process Planner
- Material Development Engineer
- Supplier, customer & process quality Engineer
- Project Manager