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Oxford Brookes University has a long history and tradition of providing high quality, accredited engineering courses. Our students have access to laboratories for their coursework and projects, which include Engines, Automotive, Dynamics, Fluids, Mechanical testing and stress and Joining Technology. With our industry links and location in the heart of the Motorsport Valley, Oxford Brookes is a great place to study. Our focus is to provide world class, high quality teaching and applied research - giving our students an excellent experience, preparing them for their future careers.
More than 3,500 students from around 150 countries choose to make Brookes their home
Scholarships for undergraduate and taught postgraduate programmes
As an introduction to mathematical and scientific principles, in preparation for university studies in science and engineering.
This foundation degree (FdEng) has been developed by University Centre Somerset, part of Bridgwater and Taunton College and Oxford Brookes University as preparation for a range of technical and management careers in motorsport engineering.
This foundation degree (FdEng) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering has been developed by Oxford Brookes University and Abingdon and Witney College, which is an associate partner college of Oxford Brookes. The course is taught at the college, and will prepare you for a range of technical and management careers in electrical/electronic engineering.
This foundation degree (FdEng) in Mechanical Engineering has been developed by Abingdon and Witney College and Oxford Brookes University, to equip you with the skills and knowledge needed for a technical or management career in the mechanical engineering industry.
BEng (Hons), MEng
Our graduates design the world's best cars, most go into Motorsports but many also design performance road cars. Students who complete the course and appropriate matching section will be eligible to apply for the chartered CEng status during their
The internet of things, the rise of the robots and the automation of processes are changing the world. Computing and mechanical engineering are combining in new ways to bring all this about. Our course in Electro-Mechanical Engineering is for
students who want to be part of this revolution.
This course will prepare you for a career in any area of mechanical engineering, either as a specialist in a particular field or as an engineer with a broad range of responsibilities. The course is enhanced by the involvement of several local
companies offering industrial placement opportunities to sandwich students.
BSc (Hons) single
This course will enable you to express your design ideas as computer models. This may range from simple to very complex three-dimensional parametric models which simulate the forces acting on the different parts of the system and their motion,
allowing the user to study how the system works before it is manufactured.
The content of the course is similar to our MEng/BEng in Automotive Engineering, but differs by including several motorsport specific options available only on this course. Students who complete the course and appropriate matching section will be
eligible to apply for the chartered CEng status during their career.
Our BSc (Hons) in Motorsport Technology gives your motorsport career a head start. The degree offers three years of study including membership of our Formula Student team.
Robots used to be science fiction, now they are science fact. Some even believe the advent of conscious robots is near and for the first time, robots will actually think for us. The BEng/MEng in Robotic Engineering has been designed specifically
for students wanting to work in this exciting field. It offers the chance to learn how the robots and the computing that controls them actually works.
This course is a one-year top-up programme designed to enable students from Foundation Degrees (Science) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering to obtain a BSc (Hons) in Electronic Engineering.
The MSc in Automotive Engineering provides an opportunity for in-depth study of the engineering that enables and drives forward this vital worldwide industry. The key components of the course cover: design, with a focus on vehicle chassis and
performance, sustainability, reliability, aerodynamics, and issues of comfort like noise, vibration and harshness.
Great engineering design turns great ideas into great products. If this is your aim, then the MSc Mechanical Engineering will give you the skills you need to achieve it. Developing the skills to take complex products all the way from idea to
fully-validated designs, you will use the most advanced CAD packages and learn the techniques required to analyse your work, testing designs in virtual reality to see how they perform and how reliable they are.
The MSc in Motorsport Engineering offered by Oxford Brookes provides the opportunity for you to specialise in areas such as engine technology, chassis performance, racing engineering, reliability and risk management, materials, simulation and data
analysis. Staff teaching on this course have F1 experience and design skills.
The motorsport industry in the UK is a world leader and many of the world's most advanced high-performance engines are designed here. The MSc in Racing Engine Design is intended to enhance and extend your knowledge in engine design. You will be
taught by staff with many years experience of racing engines, from performance road cars, through rally, IRL, Kart and F3 right up to F1.
Our industrial placement programme has been commended by professional bodies as a model of excellence. We have excellent industrial links and placement opportunities with local automotive and product manufacturing companies.
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Oxford Brookes Racing is open to any Brookes students wanting to get involved. It doesn’t make a difference what year you’re in, or even what you’re studying- it doesn’t need to be engineering! If you’re passionate about racing, get in touch.
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