Birmingham City University

The graduate program in automotive engineering is offered through the Clemson University Department of Automotive Engineering. Such development was possible through the convergence of automobile and IT technology and the scope of IT technology that will be applied to automobile in the future will be further expanded. The primary facility for the automotive engineering program is the Carroll A. Campbell Jr. Graduate Engineering Center (CGEC) located on the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research(CU-ICAR) campus. As well as a connected programme of lectures and tutorials, you will undertake experimental laboratory work, engineering fabrication, drawing and design, computing and application based mini-projects. You will learn about the most important issues for managing in an engineering environment. During the foundation year you will learn about the various Engineering programs available.

Our graduates are renowned for their ability to apply themselves to engineering challenges, as well as possessing excellent practical skills which …