/Manufacturing Engineering MEng/BEng (Hons)

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Provided by: Coventry University

Course Area: West Midlands

Course Code: H700

Course Type: Degree (Honours)

Start date: 20200914

Subjects: Engineering, Product Design

Price: £6,000 to £10,000

Delivery Method: Face to face

Course overview

This course will be split between our £50m Engineering and Computing Building and the Institute for Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering (AME), based at Unipart’s Coventry site.


This ‘faculty on the factory floor’ allows you to experience technology on the manufacturing front line, including robotic automation, forming, joining, analysis and simulation, metrology and product verification technology.


Students spend time on the Unipart shop floor every week talking with people making products and the people who manage these product lines. Taught modules are applied immediately in a real factory and supplemented by continual live experiences of how things are manufactured in real time.


You will participate in ‘live’ projects at the Manufacturing Institute and with the wider support of Unipart Manufacturing Group, such as the design of a manufacturing area for a heat-exchange pipe or fuel-rail or consider the impact of automation and robotics on manufacturing efficiency.

Who is this course for

This course aims to provide you with the commercial and engineering skill, knowledge and understanding needed to make an early contribution to an engineering enterprise and, with further professional development and experience, to register and practice in the role of Chartered Engineer.




What will I learn

  • Science and Technology: the essential underpinning science and technology necessary for today’s engineer.
  • Design and Manufacture: the innovative resolution of design and manufacture problems focused on commercially viable solutions.
  • Manufacturing Analysis: you will learn to use industry standard software to model, analyse and validate process and systems.
  • Sustainability: an ethical approach to work by protecting the best interests of life and the environment.
  • Practical: investigation and analysis using laboratory, workshop and computer-based techniques.
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