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Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) specialising in Automotive Engineering

National University of Singapore (NUS)

Singapore

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Course info

Summary

In this programme students have been designing and building race cars to compete in the Formula Society of Automotive Engineering (FSAE) inter-varsity competition in the USA. To cater to this overwhelming interest in automotive engineering, the department has launched an automotive engineering specialisation. Third-year students can apply to join this specialisation, which requires them to take a group of specified modules and attend special lectures in this field. Their final-year projects will also be related to automotive engineering. The additional certificate of specialisation in automotive engineering that they will receive will stand them in good stead in seeking employment in this field. With EDB's continued effort to boost the automotive support industry in Singapore, there are ample employment opportunities for the graduates who have specialised in automotive engineering.

Course options

Full Time (4 years)

Tuition fees

S$15,700.00 (Rs7,54,834.02) per year Course fees per annum: S$36,650 fee payable by students not in receipt of MOE Tuition Grant

From

12-Jan-15

Venue

Department of Mechanical Engineering

9 Engineering Drive 1,

Block EA, #07-08,

117575, Singapore

Entry requirement for international students

Students seeking admission to NUS should have completed or are completing high school, which is at least twelve years of general education in the year of application. Students with selected academic qualifications are required to furnish additional English language test minimum acceptable scores to fulfill the English language requirement set by the university: C6 EL1119 test; IELTS score of 6.5; MUET score of 200; Cambridge 'O' Level English with C6; TOEFL score of 580 for paper-based /237 for computer-based /92-93 for internet-based.

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