Five dynamic jobs you can do with a Mechanical Engineering degreeWatch
It’s one of the most versatile and in-demand areas of engineering, and studying an accredited Mechanical Engineering degree will equip you for a diverse range of job roles.
Here are five dynamic jobs you can do with a Mechanical Engineering degree.
Most industries rely on mechanical systems as part of their operations, whether it’s medical devices for patients, or engines for cars and aircraft
As an aerospace engineer you will be involved in the development of products such as aircraft, satellites and spacecraft. In addition to this, a day at work could see you taking part in flight-testing programmes, servicing aircraft and advising clients on technological and regulatory aspects.
As a CAD technician, you’ll work closely with architects and designers to understand their brief, in order to produce detailed drawings and plans for the construction of machinery, buildings, parts and products. It’s a varied role where you might also be responsible for conducting site visits and surveys, editing existing drawings and calculating the costs associated with a project.
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