Are you looking to upskill and keep pace with rapidly evolving developments in the field of mechanical and manufacturing engineering, all while balancing full-time work?

Perhaps you are keen to build upon the valuable knowledge garnered from your undergraduate studies? 

Whatever your present commitments, the MEng in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, delivered in both full- and part-time modes, offers the flexibility and breadth of study options required to significantly enhance your employment options.

Advanced computer aided engineering tools

Utilising advanced computer aided engineering tools, you will harness state of the art technology to solve mechanical and manufacturing engineering problems and, in doing so, will gain mastery of novel techniques and software which set you apart from other candidates in the field. 

With four majors to choose from, in the areas of Simulation-Driven Design, Advanced Manufacturing, Sustainable Systems and Energy and Biomedical Engineering, you can opt for a specialism that harmonises closely with your personal ambition, while also satisfying the needs of a swiftly changing technological and ecological environment. 

Career opportunities also abound in the more traditional manufacturing industries, offering choice that traverses today and tomorrow’s worlds.

Upon completion of this Engineers Ireland accredited programme, graduates of the MEng in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering will have gained the requisite breadth of knowledge, and critical skills, to become leaders in the field and will also be eligible to apply for chartership.

The MEng programme is a one-year (full-time) level 9 Master programme. It is also offered in part-time mode (typically over two years). An alternative entry route is available via the access course for students who do not have a primary degree in mechanical and/or manufacturing engineering. 

Further entry routes are available via the Master Qualifier Programme B, which is a one-year part-time course. More information on the MEng in Mechanical and Manufacturing, including requirements, fees and career options, can be accessed here.