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Categories: Mechanical Engineering, Undergradute
Study a mechanical engineering degree at the University of Bolton, No.1 in the North West for the past three years in Student Satisfaction in the Complete University Guide and No.2 in Teaching Quality in the Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020.
Results are finally in, and everyone is thinking about where they are going to university, or maybe asking if university is right for them. And you know what? It’s the perfect time. A lot of people may be talking about pandemics and lockdowns and recessions, but you have an amazing opportunity right now.
Because it’s all a bit crazy out there, there has never been a better time to study and enhance your knowledge and skill set. Work towards employment, which you’ll be ready for in a few years time, and skip all the drama and stress of a slow market that exists today. For postgraduates, it’s even a good time to think about going back to higher education and growing your skills and qualifications.
Why study a Mechanical Engineering degree?
Machines run the world. Throughout history, machines both simple and complex have helped us solve our problems and advance our abilities. In today’s world, mechanical engineers are the people who design the latest mechanisms to keep us moving forward.
A mechanical engineering career involves almost everything from running machinery to architecture. Basically anything with a moving part is a mechanism that requires engineering so that it works safely and efficiently, usually in concert with other mechanisms, all working together. It’s complex and requires the training and knowledge to understand the physics of processes, the durability of materials and much more besides.
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