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Maritime, Engineering and Yacht Design

Mechanical engineering is at the forefront of developing new technologies for many industries including transport, healthcare, construction and robotics. Materials Technology is a wide-reaching subject that entails the production and processing of pretty much any material you can think of. Maritime courses train students to take on various roles in the shipping industry.

Why study Maritime, Engineering and Yacht Design courses?

Revolutionary new materials are being discovered all the time. Advancing the process of engineering materials is crucial in moving forward in the industry, and it’s up to you to make those discoveries. This subject is very much interdisciplinary. As well as the scientific fundamentals for materials, there’s also teaching of the real-world application of design and processing.

What jobs can you get as a Maritime, Engineering and Yacht Design graduate?

Particular job areas include materials engineer, metallurgist, product development, scientific research, technology sales, teaching and lecturing, patents and quality control, engineer in aerospace, civil contracting, controls and instruments, maintenance and of course mechanisms. Banking, patents and management are also pathways.

  • Electronic Engineering
  • Engineering Design and
  • Manufacture
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Marine Engineering
  • Marine Operations
  • Maritime Business
  • Maritime Law and Business
  • Maritime Transport and
  • International Logistics
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Renewable Energy Engineering
  • Shipping and Port Management
  • Sustainability Science
  • Vehicle Engineering
  • Yacht and Power-craft Design
  • Yacht Design and Production