Why study Mechanical Engineering at Brunel University?
Mechanical Engineering is a diverse subject that utilises engineering, physics, mathematics, material design and manufacturing principles to create everything form microscale sensors and toaster to supersonic jets and building. Many mechanical engineers specialise in areas such as aerospace, automotive and transportation, air conditioning and manufacturing. Others cross over into alternative fields including banking, pharmaceutical and the armed forces. An undergraduate and postgraduate degree from Brunel will give you the theory and practice required to prepare you for a career in this exciting industry.