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Mechanical engineering is concerned with the design, maintenance and development of machines and equipment, ranging from jet engines to minute instruments used in medicine and surgery.
After an introductory first year, students explore the areas of fluids, heat, energy, materials, electronics, automation, machine and product design, and computer-aided engineering. The programme includes some project work.
Careers or Further Progression...
Product process design engineer, Manufacturing engineer, Machine design, Market/technical sales engineer, Systems analysis engineer.
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Elaine McGarrigle works as a Graduate Engineer for Irish Cement. Studying Physics in second level gave her a basic understanding of mechanics, which she found very enjoyable and influenced her decision to study mechanical engineering. She graduated from NUI Galway with a Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering.