Most importantly, this programme is closely related to the practical needs of the industry.
A Group Project is carried out in the final year, in which students are tutored in multidisciplinary topics: many are environmental issues and current R&D problems in our industry, including those experienced by students’ own employers.
- A Higher Diploma in Mechanical Engineering or a related discipline; OR
- An Associate Degree in Engineering; OR
- An equivalent qualification.
Short-listed applicants may be interviewed to determine their suitability. Genuine interest and need in the field with an employer’s support, relevant engineering experience and mathematics and language capability are important factors.
There may be an admission test for short-listed applicants. The test content should include the following areas:
- Linear algebra: Matrices and determinants, vector spaces, elementary algebra of matrices.
- Ordinary differential equations: First and second order linear ordinary differential equations.
- Calculus and functions of several variables: Infinite series, power series, Fourier series, partial differentiation, maxima and minima.
- Geometry and Trigonometry.
Years One and Two:
Students learn the fundamentals of mechanical engineering, including thermofluids, materials, system dynamics and control, and related topics such as engineering mathematics, computing and management.
Students study Advanced Core and Elective Subjects in the following main areas: environment technology and transportation studies, design and manufacturing, and aviation.
This year includes a Group Project and knowledge broadening subjects.
Classes are held on weekday evenings and Saturdays for an average of 9 hours per week.
Graduates meet the academic requirements for Corporate Membership of the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE).