Science & Engineering:Mechatronics MEng
21/4/2017: Please NOTE that the quota for non European students has been exceeded. Applications can only be accepted from European nationals.
- To provide a competence in automated hardware and software systems and the ability to apply them to specific cases in a manufacturing setting.
- To provide a knowledge of trends and current approaches in manufacturing such e.g. Industry 4.0 and how these provide a competitive advantage in a global manufacturing context.
- To provide an insight to how automated manufacturing systems function in a global economy and to develop some management skills in this area.
For further information on the programme, contact
Course Director: Dr Seamus Gordon