MEng in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering at DCU

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DCU invite you to a webinar about MEng in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering at DCU due to take place on May 12th at 12pm.

One of the most diverse and versatile engineering fields, mechanical engineering is the study of objects and systems in motion. As such, the field of mechanical engineering touches virtually every aspect of modern life, including the human body, a highly complex machine.

This master’s degree programme allows students to specialise in the widely established area of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering or to widen their knowledge from their undergraduate studies. Graduates can apply learning outcomes using computer–based technology to solve mechanical and manufacturing engineering problems. This programme introduces the use of advanced Computer Aided Engineering tools and, by experiencing these advanced techniques and software, the graduate will gain a vital edge. It allows the candidate to keep up with the rapidly changing manufacturing and design sectors. In addition, students can opt for a specialist Major in one of four areas: Simulation-driven Design, Advanced Manufacturing, Sustainable Systems and Energy or Biomedical Engineering.

Join our webinar on the MEng in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering for a full overview of the course, modules and opportunities. You will also have the chance to ask any questions that you may have, as well as hear what DCU has to offer. This session will last approximately 40 minutes.


At DCU, they appreciate that making the decision to study a postgraduate degree is an important one. With their exceptional teaching and learning facilities, DCU aims to offer a transformative experience that prepares you to flourish in a fast-changing world.

Dublin City University offer a range of taught and research programmes to doctoral and masters level and have a distinguished record in providing continuing professional development.

The Institute courses are delivered in a context characterised by innovation and development, scholarship, research and excellence in teaching and learning. Embedded in our programmes is a deep commitment to equity, social justice and inclusion.

Students who undertake the courses will have a formative impact on development within schools, workplaces and the broader education community. DCU see this as both a responsibility and a privilege, and work hard to ensure that the programmes meet your needs.


Gemma Creagh

National College of Ireland’s Master’s Edge Scholarship
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