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OVERVIEWMSc Electric Vehicle Engineering is a specialist postgraduate degree that equips you with the tools and techniques necessary to address challenges associated with the development and implementation of electrification of conventional mobility solutions. The focus of technology related economy is drastically shifting towards electrically or electronically controlled autonomous digital systems, smart communication devices, automation and robotics, controlled remotely via smart technology
MSc Electric Vehicle Engineering is a specialist postgraduate degree that equips you with the tools and techniques necessary to address challenges associated with the development and implementation of electrification of conventional mobility solutions. The focus of technology related economy is drastically shifting towards electrically or electronically controlled autonomous digital systems, smart communication devices, automation and robotics, controlled remotely via smart technology using green energy resources. The postgraduate programme combines principles from electrics, electronics, control, power, automation and robotics to design, manufacture and test smart mobile vehicles/ devices, powered by green electricity. For various applications, these systems and devices are required to interact with objects, know where the objects are, and be able to perform tasks such as moving the objects to a required new position.
You will be taught about smart electronics that require information from sensors that can detect position, orientation, and visual or audio signals. You will develop academic and practical skills in electric power related areas such as electrical machines and drives, power electronics and batteries, covering all aspects of the vehicle's powertrain. This will enable you to create your own systems that are smart and cognitive, developing them from imagination through to reality. The programme will also offer an optional placement year to all students, enabling you to experience the real world and effectively connect your university experience with it.
YOUR FUTURE CAREER
An MSc qualification in electrical vehicle engineering will give you a practical ability as the discipline overlaps with a number of engineering professions (i.e. automation and robotics, mechatronics, batteries, mechanical and automotive engineering). There are many career paths available, ranging from hard-core engineering to consultancy, once you have completed this course.
Many graduates choose to pursue a professional high-flying career in the expansive engineering sector, in roles such as consultants, designers, field engineers, project managers or senior managers.
At UEL, 94% of the university’s research is considered to be of international standard (REF 2014). Plus, £250k is awarded each year for postgraduate scholarships, providing a 50% discount on taught postgraduate tuition fees.
The university is based across two campuses in the thriving area of East London. Stratford has the Olympic Park on its doorstep while Docklands campus has its own train station. Together, they offer over £450 million of facilities including studios, labs, libraries, and the £21 million Sportsdock sports centre. Central London is less than half an hour away on the tube.