The course prepares students to be leaders of business and technology firms. It provides a
thorough grounding in management and manufacturing technologies, together with an understanding of the full range of industrial activities: from product design, component manufacture, industrial engineering, factory and business management through to how firms work in the economy. A core message throughout the programme is to understand how firms can grow sustainably.
Follow these links if you would like more information on:
- Course structure
- MET IIA (3rd year) structure
- MET IIB (4th year) structure
- Application and selection
What do our graduates do?
Graduates from MET are prepared for rapid progression in careers in industry. Skills learnt, such as communication, team work, leadership and problem solving are universal. MET graduates often have a particular ability to 'make things happen'. Typical career paths include starting a company, designing new products, running a factory, management consultancy, banking and finance and pursuing academic research.
For more information on the careers of some recent graduates follow this link.