Why study Mechanical and Automotive Engineering at Brunel? Mechanical and Automotive Engineering is a fascinating and diverse discipline with many opportunities to contribute to the next stage in the development of modern technology. It is our longest established course which means that we have developed strong links with industry, so you can choose from a range of interesting and relevant placement opportunities. Our enviable industry relationships also mean that our courses are kept up-to-date and relevant because we use real examples and real experience in our teaching to give you authentic examples of the theory that we present in lectures. This, together with acknowledged excellence in teaching and advanced facilities, results in high satisfaction among our students and an outstanding record of employment for our graduates. Undergraduate courses The Mechanical Engineering degree may be taken as a three-year full-time or four-year BEng with a placement year, or a four-year full-time or five-year MEng with a placement year Postgraduate courses We teach a variety of postgraduate Mechanical Engineering courses which may be studied in one year full-time and in two years part-time Research and PhD programmes As an active research department, our range of PhD course varies across specialities from biomedical engineering to energy and the built environment Learn in state-of-the-art facilities and gain relevant industry skills Mechanical Engineering facilities See where you will be studying Practical and theoretical work Giving you the skills you need to succeed Discover more about your future in Mechanical and Automotive Engineering at Brunel Work placements Experience a year in industry with a placement while you study Careers and your future Where can a Mechanical Engineering degree take you?