Mechanical Engineering, School of. Mechanical Engineering, School of Key measures: Positive Outcomes: 95.8%, Graduate prospects: 93.7%, Graduate employment: 97.6% Graduate destinations: Work Full-time: 79%, Work Part-time: 4%, Work & Study: 3%, Further study: 11%, Unemployed: 3% Top industry sectors: Engineering; Finance; Information Technology; Buying, Selling & Retail; Manufacturing, Processing & Production Salary levels: Under £10,000: 0%, £10,000-£19,999: 32%, £20,000-£29,999: 57%, £30,000-£39,999: 11%, Over £40,000: 0% The Leeds Network We have an extensive network of alumni with a wide range of experiences, doing all kinds of jobs.
Websites and downloadable resources Mechanical engineering careers resources Options with mechanical engineering Institute of Engineering and Technology Institution of Mechanical Engineers SMMT: Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders Mechanical Engineering Journal Institution of Engineering Designers The Engineer Inside Careers: Engineering Organisations that Recruit Medical Engineers More information. Downloads. What can I do with my degree in mechanical engineering? The skills provided by a mechanical engineering degree set you up for roles in all areas of engineering, but the numerical content of the course also allows entry into finance and management careers...
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What can I do with an automotive engineering degree? Skills You might know your spark plugs from your ignition coils, but here are some of the other skills that your automotive engineering degree might have helped you to develop: Analytical Skills You’re better than Shearer and Hansen put together.
You’re even better than Gary Neville. Fortunately, your top-notch analytical skills also extend beyond the world of football punditry. Attention to Detail You can spot a needle in a haystack. Communication (Oral) All mouth, no trousers? Computer-Aided Design Forget pen and paper, you’ve got highly desirable computer-aided design skills. Critical Thinking When you’re presented with a problem or idea, you have the ability to think about it from a critical perspective. Data Handling You can compile, organise and analyse data. Decision Making If a decision needs to be made, you have the confidence to make it.
Leadership You’re a shepherd, not a sheep. Logic You ain’t no fool! Numeracy Objective Thinking Presentation Problem Solving Research Teamwork Time Management. Careers information - IMechE. Scholarships and Awards - Institution of Mechanical Engineers. If you are looking to study mechanical engineering or are ready to progress your career in the industry, we’re here to reward you.
We are committed to developing, inspiring and encouraging engineers at every stage in their career, with practical, financial help. Each year, we support the educational and development needs of students, graduates and members with grants totalling some £400,000. Our scholarships can enable young students or apprentices to study engineering at university. For graduates and working engineers, our prestigious awards reward academic excellence and professional innovation, recognising the achievements of world-class engineers whose ideas and innovations are truly making changes for the good on a global scale.
We have funded the education and professional development of countless members of the Institution, and set them on the road to professional success. Scholarships and awards on offer Undergraduate & Apprentice Postgraduate Professional and industry grants Apply now. March 2016. Core77 / Industrial Design Magazine + Resource.