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I've currently applied for imperials mechanical engineering course but i can still change as my UCAS application was sent out less than 2 weeks ago. I've been looking into their design engineering course and quite like the sound of it but there's not much online about it and I'm confused a bit on what the actual differences are.

i'm just worried as i've heard the words design engineering being used with product design and i'm more interested in the engineering kinda side rather than 'product design' if you know what i mean?
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I've currently applied for imperials mechanical engineering course but i can still change as my UCAS application was sent out less than 2 weeks ago. I've been looking into their design engineering course and quite like the sound of it but there's not much online about it and I'm confused a bit on what the actual differences are.

i'm just worried as i've heard the words design engineering being used with product design and i'm more interested in the engineering kinda side rather than 'product design' if you know what i mean?
You can be a design engineer with a mechanical engineering degree; "mechanical design engineer" is probably one of the more popular job titles for mechanical engineering graduates to hold (or they may have a different title but in effect have a design job). But if you'd prefer the design engineering course then do that. Is there any flexibility to move courses in, say, first year?
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