About the course
You can expect innovative project-based learning that as supported by industry-leading hardware and software. The focus is on sustainable development future low-emission technologies and urban transportation this is where you all really benefit from our central London location and links with local leading vehicle engineering companies. Why choose the Advanced Vehicle Engineering(Hons)B. Eng. from No. 1 London modern university overall for Mechanical Engineering (Guardian League Table). Make use of our stand-out facilities including a world-class Advanced Vehicle Engineering laboratory workshop and computer suite. Our staff are experts with a great deal to share. European study spend your third year studying with our partner institution Hochschule Bremen in Germany. No. 1 London modern uni for graduate prospects in Mechanical Engineering (Complete University Guide)Employability The automotive future low-carbon vehicle technology and motorsport sector is experiencing a solid growth. The UK is recognised as a world-leader in the research and design of automotive technology and demand for graduates is growing too. On this course we use industry-standard technology and instrumentation; this means you all be equipped with the industry specific skills that count. Our central London location means we have developed local links with Automotive OEM as tier suppliers local transport companies and future transport and low carbon technology centres for London. Also remember that many recruiters look favourably on BEng graduates because they demonstrate deep understanding of the science and maths underpinning engineering.
Intake Months
September
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Qualification
Bachelor Degree
Estimated annual course fee
GBP 15,957
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Duration
3 Years
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2 Years

London South Bank University

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London South Bank University is a public university in Elephant and Castle, London. It is based in the London Borough of Southwark, near the South Bank of the River Thames, from which it takes its name. Founded in 1892 as the Borough Polytechnic Institute, it achieved university status in 1992. It took them 100 years to achieve this status.
It is a cosmopolitan university with over 18,000 students drawn from over 130 countries. The University has been awarded Silver for teaching excellence under the Governments Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). It is the only university to be awarded University of the Year for Graduate Employment for two years in a row (The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018, 2019).
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Southwark Campus - London South Bank University LSBU

103 Borough Road, London SE1 0AA

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Our Southwark campus at Elephant & Castle has been our home since 1892. The area is served by excellent mainline rail, bus and tube connections. A £3 billion investment has delivered a new public leisure centre, affordable homes and job opportunities. The campus is close to many of the world’s most influential and well-known brands, offering our students amazing networking and job opportunities.

Southwark Campus - London South Bank University

103 Borough Road, London SE1 0AA

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Our Southwark campus at Elephant & Castle has been our home since 1892. The area is served by excellent mainline rail, bus and tube connections. A £3 billion investment has delivered a new public leisure centre, affordable homes and job opportunities. The campus is close to many of the world’s most influential and well-known brands, offering our students amazing networking and job opportunities.