About the courseThis is often seen as the broadest of all engineering qualifications as the skills required range from mathematics and electronics to metal fatigue and fluid mechanics. Nearly all machines used in everyday life â€“ from the car or washing machine to the most complex aircraft or electricity supply plant to the tiniest surgical instrument â€“ have required the skills of a mechanical engineer. Every industrial plant or manufacturing operation relies on a mechanical engineer for its smooth running and efficiency.Our graduates have taken jobs in companies such as: High tech manufacturing (Intel, Pfizer, Depuy, National Instruments, Seagate, Siemens), Automotive (Jaguar, Rover, BMW, Dromone), Engineering and Business Consultancy (Arup, Deloitte, Accenture), Energy (OpenHydro, ESB, Eirgrid, EDF, Vattenfall), and Process Engineering (Cameron Flow Control, Proctor and Gamble, Syngenta, Glanbia, Kerry).Course topics include: Energy, Solid Mechanics, Engineering Materials, Fluid Mechanics, Manufacturing Technology and Systems, Dynamics, Mechatronics, and Engineering Design. In third year you will study eight technical modules. In fourth year and optional Masters (fifth) year you will choose from a wide range of technical and non-technical modules, tailoring your degree to suit your own interests.
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AboutFounded in 1592, Trinity College Dublin, is Ireland’s highest-ranking university (QS 2020, THE 2019). It is a home away from home for students who are eager to become creative, aware and extraordinary global citizens.
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