Engineer your way to success
aLMOST every industry requires mechanical engineers as they are needed to operate machinery, fabricate equipment and are essential in the manufacturing of various products.
Mechanical engineers are also needed to design, develop and maintain building facilities such as lighting, air-conditioning and fire-fighting equipment. Airplanes will not fly and ships will not float if they are not properly designed, manufactured or maintained by mechanical engineers.
SEGi University Group offers the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Mechanical Engineering, a 3+0 programme in partnership with University of Sunderland, the United Kingdom, which was shortlisted for University of the Year in the Times Higher Education Awards 2012.
The programme is managed and quality assured through the University of Sunderland’s standard processes. Modules are overseen by a Module Studies Board and each year the module leader provides a brief report on the delivery of the module, identifying strengths and areas for development.
Student achievement, including progression between levels and degree classification, is kept under review.
The learning strategy for this programme adheres to the university’s teaching and learning strategy document.
Within all levels of the programmes, students gain experience in a wide range of different approaches to learning, from traditional lectures and tutorials to directed study and online resources.
The modules are delivered using a variety of relevant and appropriate learning experiences, including formal lectures, tutorials, case studies, software learning and directed reading.
This programme equips students with the ability to understand engineering concepts and techniques used to analyse engineering systems, as well as the processes used for the synthesis of solutions to engineering problems.
Students will need to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding to an increasingly complex and realistic range of engineering systems.
A range of learning and teaching methods appropriate to the situation will be used to encourage understanding, develop skills and abilities and to motivate students.
Students will also be exposed to a range of practical engineering skills, including the safe use of hand and machine tools and visits to factories and multi-national companies.
This hands-on experience of basic manufacturing methods will give a direct appreciation of the “process capability” of such methods.
Hand drawing skills and draughting conventions will be taught and students will use the latest engineering software in the market to support their studies.
The programme is available at three SEGi campuses.
For a smooth pathway to obtain an engineering qualification from the UK, contact SEGi University (03-6145 1777 or 1800 887 344), SEGi College Subang Jaya (03-8600 1888 or 1800 888 622), SEGi College Penang (04-263 3888), e-mail email@example.com or log on to www.segi.edu.my
Pursue an Engineering degree from the UK at either SEGi University Kota Damansara, SEGi College Subang Jaya or SEGi College Penang.