Data analysis and a professional simulator suite give students the tools to analyse every lap in minute detail.
There will always be a demand for engineers to find solutions to human needs and improve quality of life. Engineering degrees develop skills in identifying and analysing problems, conducting research, applying scientific and mathematical knowledge, identifying and understanding constraints such as cost, time, risk and practicality, communicating ideas and transferring information, innovative thinking, testing, decision making and computer skills for generating specifications, simulating designs and analysis.
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of UWTSD students at the School of Logistics and Manufacturing Engineering were satisfied with their overall experience – NSS 2016.
of UWTSD students studying at the School of Architecture, Built and Natural Environments were satisfied with ‘Expert Lecturers’, ‘Research’, ‘Eco-friendly Attitude’, ‘Technology’, overall support experience and ‘Safety’.
– Global International Student Barometer and Student Barometer, Autumn Wave 2015
of UWTSD students at the School of Automotive Engineering were satisfied with Learning Support. – Global International Student Barometer and Student Barometer, Autumn Wave 2014.