Taught course

Automotive Engineering for Electric Vehicles

University of Bedfordshire · Department of Computer Science and Technology

Entry requirements

Candidates should have a good undergraduate degree at Honours level or equivalent in the area of engineering (mechanical or automotive-related).

Months of entry

February, April, June, August, October, November

Course content

This specialist Master’s course focuses on the engineering advances related

to the development of electric vehicles. As an increasingly competitive industry that is advancing at a fast pace, this new course will ensure you are at the cutting edge of the sector. There is an emphasis on the development of new technologies that will be utilised in engine systems, with a specific focus on electric vehicles. You will gain both a theoretical and practical understanding
of how these technologies will be used in the automotive industry.
Key features
  • State-of-the-art equipment for electric vehicles
  • Access to a wide range of engineering facilities within the University’s STEM building
  • Interdisciplinary consideration of alternative energy systems
Career opportunities
You will develop a sound training in subject-specific skills and knowledge, together with the skills required for lifelong learning, so you will be well prepared for a range of careers.
Areas of study may include:
  • Advanced mechanical systems
  • Advanced vehicle dynamics and sustainable vehicle powertrain
  • Advanced vehicle electronics and autonomous driving technology
  • Applied heat transfer, thermofluids and computational fluid dynamics
  • Automotive engineering project
  • Sustainable energy systems

Information for international students

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Fees and funding

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Qualification, course duration and attendance options

  • MSc
    full time
    12 months
    • Campus-based learningis available for this qualification

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