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Our department is home to the Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering specialisations. We boast a project-intensive curriculum that prepares you for the challenges of designing and manufacturing advanced products and services for the 21st century.
Design, develop, install, operate and maintain the systems that shape modern society.
Focus on the design, intelligence, control and programming of smart devices, robots, and intelligent systems.
We're leading the way and contributing to both industry and academia in areas such as composite materials, Industry 4.0, yacht design, and more.
Engineering comes to life in this core component of our undergraduate degree that features interactive displays and presentations.
Mechanical Engineering students were amongst our undergraduates who got to experience practical projects at the end of this semester.
We offer two undergraduate specialisations and several postgraduate programmes.
The world's fastest female motorcycle racer has joined our faculty's roster of award-winning academic staff.
Jim Greatbanks was "born to be a mechanical engineer" and has fond memories of studying with us 40 years ago.
Find out more about what we do and the opportunities that Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering will open for you.
Fill out the expression of interest form if you'd like to work with us short-term.
See who's in our department and how to reach us.
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