Delivered in partnership with Oxford Brookes University, this course is aimed at people who are interested in the technical involvement in motorsport engineering and in computer aided design for racing cars.
This course is aimed at people who are interested in the technical involvement in motorsport engineering and in computer aided design for racing cars. To succeed on the course, you should have a passion for making racing cars perform. We equip the learners with the engineering skills they need to excel in the progression.
The links we have generated with the local automotive and motorsport industry support the course in its development and we have had many successful years of our learners progressing into full-time roles within these companies.
You will have access to all of the outstanding equipment we have in the department, including 2 wheel chassis dyno, engine dyno, composites workshop and CNC and fabrications workshops.
By the end of the course you will be well equipped to take your skills out into the industry and gain employment in the ever developing automotive and motorsport sector.
You must apply through UCAS for this course, please click here for more information: http://www.ucas.co.uk/students/apply/
Delivered in partnership with Oxford Brookes University
What modules are covered?
Typical Units Covered:
How long does it last?
Course length: 1 year, 3 days per week 09.00-17.00 Course Code (02487 1B17)
Course length: 2 years, 1 day per week 09.00-17.00 Course Code (02487 1A17)
Who is the course suitable for?
For those who are interested in the technical involvement in motorsport engineering and in computer aided design for racing cars.
To be able to study on the Level 6 BSc Motorsport Technology course you must have completed the Level 4/5 Foundation Degree in Motorsport Engineering at Brooklands College.
Home/EU Full Time: £7,200 per year will be able to apply for an Advanced Learner Loan
International: £8,500 per year
Home/EU Part Time: £4,500 per year
Please note tuition fees may increase in subsequent years both for new and continuing students in line with an inflationary amount determined by government.
Each student will receive a print allowance at the start of their course, should they require additional printing beyond this limit, they will be charged.
If you wish to carry on studying after this level you could consider a place on the MSc programme at Oxford Brookes University, alternatively many learners will opt to move out to employment at this stage.
Attending one of our Open Events is an opportunity to talk to knowledgeable tutors and view our excellent facilities