Take your love of motor sports engineering to the next level and satisfy the academic requirements you need to progress to Chartered Engineer status. Our MEng course deepens and embeds your investigative and design skills through additional group and individual projects. In your master's year, you’ll apply high-level analysis methods to design and problem solving, helping you develop professional, consistently accurate and responsible methods. You’ll graduate with the knowledge, hands-on experience and committed and driven attitude towards socially aware engineering you need to successfully enter the industry. During the active projects you will develop a variety of transferrable skills, such as presenting, and time and project management. You also have the opportunity to do an industrial placement – this comes between the second and third years and is also highly recommended. In preparation for this, we arrange placement seminars during the second year. These are run by your placement tutor and UCLan Futures, and you will plan, develop your CV and applications, and have practice interviews. There’s a greater demand now for engineering graduates than ever, so your options in Motorsports Engineering and across the whole engineering spectrum are vast and varied. You could work in in aerospace, the automotive industry, the Ministry of Defence and research development. The School has very good employability statistics and graduates from this course are currently working at companies like Force India F1, Arden International Motor Sport, Tom Tunstall Racing and Century Motor Sport. If you’re looking beyond the motor sports industry, we have had graduates employed in engineering positions at companies like Jaguar Land Rover, Bentley Motors, Airbus, BAE Systems, Helical Technologies, MI Technology, and United Utilities.