Army Electrical and Mechanical Engineering
Army Electrical and Mechanical Engineering covers key areas of both electrical and mechanical engineering reflecting the multidisciplinary nature of modern engineering. It is necessary to keep the Army fit for any eventuality during war and peace. An Electrical and Mechanical Engineer has to work across the boundaries of both disciplines. His work involves the combination of mechanical, electrical, electronic, computing, measurement and control elements of most modern engineering systems that are essential to meet new challenges in engineering innovation. Examples include energy generation, hybrid petrol/electric vehicles, aircraft design, satellite technology, robotic systems and technology for sustainable environment.
There’s a growing demand for graduates who are technically skilled in both the electrical and mechanical engineering. Opportunities also exist in non-technical areas such as project management and engineering consultancy, and patent law, as our graduates possess first-rate numeracy, literacy, IT, problem-solving and team-working skills.he combination of mechanical, electrical, electronic, computing, measurement and control elements are now an important part of most modern engineering systems and are essential to meet new challenges in engineering innovation.
Graduates who are able to work in both mechanical and electrical engineering are in great demand because of their ability to work on complex interdisciplinary projects
- Develop essential engineering skills through extensive project work with input from industry
- Enhance your career prospects with a one-year placement in industry
- Gain an integrated view of engineering and become an expert in the core areas of both mechanical and electrical engineering
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