Advanced Automotive and Autonomous Technology (AAAT)
School - School of Computing, Science & Engineering
Subject area - Engineering
Start Dates(s): September
MSc – One year full-time
PgDip – Nine months full-time
PgCert – Four months full-time
Part-time - £1,230 per 30 credit module
UK - £7,380
International - £13,500, part-time £6,750
- You will develop a broad set of skills that draw upon a range of engineering disciplines which will enable you to develop new and emerging automotive technologies
- You will be developed professionally so that you can make informed decisions on the design, development and manufacture of the next generation of automotive subsystems and vehicles
- Your learning will be research led through the use of state of the art laboratory facilities used for both teaching, learning and research, and will be used to further reinforce theory with practical application
- International students can apply
Our new Advanced Automotive and Autonomous Technology (AAAT) programme has been designed to address the needs of a rapidly changing automotive industry; an industry that will require engineers with a unique set of skills that draw upon a range of engineering disciplines.
The structure of the Advanced Automotive Technology programme has been designed to expose you to the latest automotive technology and thus draws upon a number of areas across engineering such as: engines, automation, control, vehicle dynamics and noise vibration and harshness (NVH) and advanced manufacture. The breadth of this programme will provide you with the necessary skills to work within a wide range of areas within the automotive sector.
The MSc programme is taught over one year full-time and consists of four 30 credit modules and one 60 credit module.