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Dublin City University

Faculty of Engineering and Computing, MSc in Computer-Aided Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering


Collins Avenue
Glasnevin, Dublin  9





Program Information

Degree Offered

MSc in Computer-Aided Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

Format: Campus

Program Description:

Computer-based tools are growing ever more complex. So much so, that a B.Eng. graduate is not equipped to deliver what today's industry requires. The demand for faster results means that a graduate's fundamental knowledge needs to be enhanced by a detailed knowledge of the available tools, their application, strengths and limitations. This programme introduces the use of such advanced CAE tools and, by experiencing these advanced techniques and software, the graduate will gain a vital edge.

There are three exit routes: Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma and M.Sc.

Aims and Objectives:
To inspire mechanical and manufacturing engineers to become competent and adaptable in the application of computer techniques in engineering. To inform practising engineers who wish to be re-oriented or have their skills updated (see Access Programme).


DCU Masters Degree

Eligibility Requirements:

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International Student Requirements:

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Tuition & Financial Aid

Tuition In-State Full Time:

11000 EUR

Financial Aid Offered: No