There is a broad range of career options available to you when you've studied electrical and electronic engineering, mechanical engineering or design. The roles are very varied and you could work in a range of industries.
Our courses reflect the needs of industry
Because of the diversity of directions on offer from studying in this field you could find yourself working in:
You could work at any stage in the development of new products and services, from fundamental research through to design and development; project planning and management; production and commissioning, to maintenance management. Our industries include telecommunications, electronic design, robotics, manufacturing, website design, process control, energy distribution, public transport infrastructure, consultancy and building services.
Covering a broad range of careers, our graduates have the skills to enter a diverse selection of fields including:
Our specialist training will give you transferable skills that will fit easily into the world of work.
Making a product desirable and attractive involves more than taking a developed product and thinking about whether it looks good, feels right and is user-friendly. To make a product successful and profitable you need the skills of an industrial designer who has been involved with the product since its conceptual stages.
Our product design graduates find roles in all areas of 3D design including toy, exhibition and product design and opportunities are also available in the field of consultancy. You'll also find a number of related employment areas have need for product design graduates and these include advertising, marketing, web design and graphic design.