The Future Vehicle Technologies (including Professional Practice) programme from Aston University was created to prepare the engineering professionals demanded to lead the transition process to hybrids, pure electric, autonomous and connected vehicles and develop the prospective related technologies.
It aims to provide automotive engineers and recent engineering graduates with multidisciplinary fundamental knowledge, awareness of breakthrough advancements and the necessary skills to attend the requirements of the modern electrified automotive industry.
The skills gaps addressed include a complete understanding of hybrid and electric powertrains, connected vehicles and autonomous driving, design of electric drives, low-carbon engines and fuels, and multiphysics modelling of automotive systems using advanced computational tools.
What You'll Learn
The course is tailored to the needs of the automotive and energy industries, to attain the low carbon technologies that will shape future mobility. The students will access a well-suited programme of unmatched characteristics, featuring an original blend of multidisciplinary content delivered by a large team of specialists in each individual topic.
- Hybrid and Electric Powertrains
- Power Electronics and Electric Drives
- Vehicle Automation and Connectivity
- New Engines and Alternative Fuels
- Multiphysics System Design
- Computational Fluid Dynamics and Applications
- Finite Element Analysis and Solid Mechanics
- 22 months
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DisciplinesMechanical Engineering Automotive Engineering Transportation Engineering View 53 other Masters in Transportation Engineering in United Kingdom
- A 2.2 in a first degree (BEng) in engineering.
- ELTS 6.0 overall and minimum 5.5 in each area
International12654 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 23200 GBP for the full programme during 22 months.
National6681 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 12250 GBP for the full programme during 22 months.
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