MSc Automotive Engineering: University of Sussex

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MSc Automotive Engineering: University of Sussex, School of Engineering and Design, University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton BN1 9QT, Brighton, United Kingdom
Automobile Engineering
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1 year full time or 2 years part time
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About the programme

The automotive sector is a key contributor to society. The modern automotive product requires the application of diverse interdisciplinary skills and expertise in order to provide competitive and innovative solutions to an increasingly sophisticated and changing market.

The MSc in Automotive Engineering, run jointly by the Universities of Sussex and Brighton, provides key skills, with a design theme forming the core element of the programme, supported by a range of specialist courses including computational fluid dynamics, engine testing, dynamics, modelling, control, power-train and automotive electronics. The MSc culminates in a project, which may be either industrial or research based.

Admission requirments

UK entrance requirements

A first- or second-class undergraduate honours degree in engineering, mathematics or an applied science. Applications for Automotive Engineering must be submitted via the University of Brighton (rather than direct to Sussex).

Overseas entrance requirements

Sussex receives applications from all over the world and is therefore very experienced in assessing the qualifications offered by students from outside the UK.

For information on some of the most common international qualifications that meet their general entry requirements, please refer to the table in their International students section.

English language requirements

IELTS 6.0, with not less than 6.0 in each section. Internet TOEFL with 80 overall including 22 in Speaking and 24 in Writing. For more information, refer to English language requirements .

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