What is manufacturing engineering? Manufacturing engineering is the discipline of turning raw materials into new products, and the research and development of new manufacturing processes, machines, tools and equipment. Manufacturing engineers manufacture products to the correct specification, in the right quantity, as efficiently as possible, anywhere in the world.
Global growth of manufacturing industries presents a unique set of challenges to UK and international companies. Competitive edge and marketplace share require constant and agile investment in the latest manufacturing processes, research and development of frontier breaking new technologies, and the fostering of dedicated skill sets in many countries with diverse cultures and languages.
This multinational business environment demands graduates who can demonstrate manufacturing technology and manufacturing management excellence. Manufacturing engineers are required to link directly to electronic engineers, materials scientists, mechanical engineers, product designers, and many others, turning design into reality but maintaining product functionality.
By choosing to study our Manufacturing Engineering BEng (Hons) degree you will gain a thorough understanding of manufacturing technologies and processes, while developing technology management, business organisation and human resource management skills. Our BEng Manufacturing Engineering degree considers issues of manufacturing technology and processing, linked to manufacturing management, and provide an excellent platform for graduates wishing to register with the Engineering Council as an Incorporated Engineer or to progress to Chartered Engineer status after further academic learning. The transferable skills which graduates develop on our Manufacturing Engineering degree should also suit them to employment and career routes in a wide variety of professions.
Regular fees: 9250 GBP
International Fees : 22350 GBP
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