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10 May 2020

Top Universities for Mechatronics in the UK – Part 2

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As it is well known, mechatronics is a thriving field which has an unbelievable demand and an impactful future ahead with positive growth. Interestingly, there are n number of products which are designed with the mechatronic principles. The upside of this is, humans have tremendously benefited from these intelligent products in various ways such as

  • Mobile phone with mechatronic principles
  • Robotic Vacuum Cleaners
  • Intelligent Wheelchairs
  • Household appliances etc.

If you are passionate in this field, here are some universities in UK that offer masters in Mechatronics:

 

Middlesex University:

Course offered:  MSc Mechatronic System Engineering

The industry-backed course is taught by various intelligent techniques which includes teaching through practical workshops and a self-directed study method. This course is backed by the industry experts which gives the students new opportunities to work on real life projects. The graduates will gain an understanding of essential concepts and the ability to work with discrete technologies. The University is equipped with facilities like:

  • Mechatronics lab
  • Robotics and Haptics lab
  • Design engineering lab
  • Communication and Engineering Lab

 

University of Strathclyde:

Course offered: MSc Mechatronics and Automation

Mechatronics and Automation is an exciting field where the students get to taste the different flavours of many subjects including Mechanical, Electronics, Electrical, and Computer Science fields. Automation is the subset of Mechatronics which is responsible for the specific set of actions that are to be performed by the robot. This course gives you immense knowledge on creating and building new models and automating it on a final note. The course is accredited by:

In terms of research, the following technologies are available:

  • The Latest 3D Visualization Technology
  • Digital Modelling
  • Computer-aided Engineering Systems Development Environment
  • digital model rapid prototyping machines

 

De Monfort University:

Course offered: MSc Mechatronics

Mechatronic engineers play a very important role in designing, developing and maintaining high-technology engineering systems for the automation of industrial tasks. In the current digital world, mechatronic engineers are in high demand as more industries seek to apply for advances across a range of engineering disciplines. This course is accredited by the Institution of Engineering and TechnologyThey possess excellent facilities and well-equipped laboratories which are on purpose to develop and enhance the careers of the graduates. Some of their facilities include:

  • Centre for Advanced Manufacturing Processes and Mechatronics
  • Mechanical Laboratory
  • Purpose-built Engine Testing Facility
  • Electrical and Electronic Experimental facilities

 

Kingston University:

Course offered: MSc Mechatronic Systems

The Mechatronics Systems masters offered by Kingston University relates building electronic systems and control algorithms that can work relatively fast with precise motions. The upside of doing this course is that the graduates will have the opportunity to experience hands-on activities and projects with their state-of-the-art robotics and automation systems. This course is accredited by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. The University offers an opportunity for the graduates to have access to a modern environment with the latest technology and industry standard equipment. Some of their research centres include:

  • Centre for Fire and Explosion Studies (CFES)
  • Materials Research Centre (MATRC)
  • Sustainable Technology Research Centre (STRC)
  • Industrial Control Research Group (ICRG)
  • Complex Flow Systems Research Group (CFSRS)
  • The Aerospace Research Group (AERG)

 

University of Central Lancashire:

Course offered: MSc Mechatronics and Intelligent Machines

The Graduates in UCLAN will explore subjects such as Machine Intelligence, Intelligent Machines Development, and Mechatronic Systems. The university is equipped facilities like Engineering Innovation Centre, Material Testing Laboratories, Metals/ 3D Workshops and goes on. Some of the Current Research Projects which have taken this course to another level are:

 

Conclusion:

Considering its potential for growth, mechatronics will be great field moving forward. Apart from working in the industry, mechatronic engineers have a huge scope for research as well.


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