Bachelors in Engineering & Technology

Automotive Engineering


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The future definitely sounds intriguing for Automotive Engineers as they continue to develop the next generation of hybrid cars, while standing at the forefront of innovations like flying or self-driving cars. Automotive Engineering is a sub-field in the Engineering and Technology field involving the design, production and manufacturing of cars, trucks, buses or motorcycles.

Automotive engineers combine tools and methods used in mechanical, electrical, electronic, safety and software engineering, integrating both aesthetic as well as safety features. Within the Automotive Engineering field, you can devote your energy in either the design, the research and development or the production of vehicles and automotive components.

Students who graduate from a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Automotive Engineering find career opportunities as:

• Automotive manufacturing engineer
• Automotive technical consultant
• Automotive designer
• Quality assurance manager

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Suggested Bachelors in Automotive Engineering

B.Sc. Automotive Engineering

The automotive industry including its suppliers is a vital part of the Turkish industry. Istanbul Okan University is right next to the Formula 1 Istanbulpark circuit and is strategically located in the midst of major automotive OEMs and suppliers. The Automotive Engineering is offered by Okan University.

B.Eng. Automotive Engineering

Automotive Engineering at Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (along with transport engineering) is a branch of vehicle engineering, incorporating elements of mechanical, electrical, electronic, software and safety engineering.

B.Sc. Automotive Engineering

The BSc Automotive Engineering programme at Polytechnic University of Turin consists of a single curriculum for the BSc degree and a curriculum for the MSc degree in three orientations: Development of propulsion systems, Motor vehicle system development, and Industrial processes management.