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Categories: Motorsport and Automotive Performance Engineering, Undergradute
There’s no denying that the world of motorsport is highly competitive, but here are some invaluable tips to help you get your foot in the door.
Do you dream of working in the fast-paced and exciting industry of motorsport? It’s never been easy to snap up motorsport jobs, but the right training and lots of dedication could give you an advantage when it comes to the recruitment market.
Thanks to constant breakthroughs in technology (such as autonomous, electric or hybrid technology), the divisions in this industry are now growing, presenting even more opportunities for engineers to get involved.
Having the right skills will put you on the radar of specialist recruiters and employers, so read on for some of the best tips to get into F1 and more!
Your education should be your priority when pursuing motorsport jobs. There are plenty of people who want to apply for the same job as you, so having the right qualifications (at the very least) is a must.
The BEng Automotive Performance Engineering (Motorsport) degree at the University of Bolton is a four-year programme that places you at the cutting edge of automotive engineering. This multi-disciplinary course touches on engineering principles and theories as well as design know-how, plus you’ll get real-life racing experience with our partner teams.
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