This course is for those who want to become design engineers in the Automotive industry, to undertake the challenges of modern vehicle design and work in industry as part of teams generating the next phase of road vehicles. As such the course consists of all the necessary elements to ensure its graduates are prepared for the various roles of the modern automotive engineer. Modern production technologies and conceptual design feature highly to promote an innovative design ethos, which will go towards fulfilling the increasingly regulated world of global vehicle design along with an understanding of legal requirements. Fuel efficiency is an area of increasing scrutiny in the consideration of new vehicles and can be achieved by a number of factors, including conceptual engine design, use of hybrid and renewable energies and the streamlining of vehicle aerodynamics, all of which feature heavily on this new bespoke course, designed to meet current and future needs.
Automotive Systems engineers may choose industrially based careers in research and development, test, systems, product development, performance and development engineering, automotive component, and design engineering. Further, they go on to co-ordinate product, process and system design; and manage technical projects in a wide range of technical environments.
At the end of this course, the student will be able to:
RAGC has collaborated with the University of Wolverhampton to deliver international curriculum in Mumbai (Dahanu Campus) enabling local students to cater to global industry requirements and set standards of quality education programs in India, thereby increasing the acceptability of Indian students worldwide. This collaboration between RAGC and University of Wolverhampton is one of the first in India for Engineering programs giving access to local community for global education, thereby giving them opportunities to compete worldwide.