Engineers are responsible for the greatest innovations that sustain us every day. Innovative engineering can address global challenges such as providing access to resources as well as addressing environmental concerns. It can extend the possibilities of healthcare research and advance the technologies to support medical interventions. WHY STUDY THIS COURSE? Innovation Engineering at Portsmouth is a leading-edge, creative, multi-disciplinary course that involves experimentation, design, engineering and enterprise activities. The course gives you the opportunity to work across the fields of mechanical, electronic, design and materials engineering, and to enhance your communication, entrepreneurial and leadership skills, enabling you to solve real-world problems that have an impact on society. MORE ABOUT THIS COURSE Our new £11m Future Technology Centre will provide leading-edge simulation, visualisation, modelling and prototyping resources for high-level skills development. The centre will be a hub for 3D simulation, visualisation, modelling and digital engineering, applied sciences, including physics, biomechanics and healthcare, systems design and innovation, and advanced manufacturing. WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR? This course is for people with big ideas and a desire to make them a reality, to look at local and global problems and use engineering and technology to solve them. SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE GAINED The course gives you the opportunity to work across the fields of mechanical, electronic, design and materials engineering, and to enhance your communication, entrepreneurial and leadership skills, enabling you to solve real-world problems that have an impact on society. There will be opportunities for industry collaborations and access to a network of world-leading experts and scientists working in nanotechnology, robotics, new materials and sustainable energy. AFTER THE COURSE You will gain experience in a wide range of areas giving you the edge over other graduates. Career prospects could range from visualisation and data management, equipment for medical and allied health industries, other industrial and scientific research and development such as agriculture and food, environment, sports, transportation and aerospace industries, as well as consumer products.