Graduating engineers find employment in companies and government organisations in the areas of:
Transportation - includes automotive, railway, aerospace and navy.
Heavy engineering - includes gas turbine systems, steel mills, steam and hydraulic turbogenerator systems, tunnel boring machines, and mining and offshore drilling equipment.
Manufacturing - spans the whole manufacturing sector; power steering systems, manual and automatic transmission systems, braking systems, packaging products, steels and polymer products.
Automation - Mechatronic engineers are employed by production companies to design, maintain and improve their automated production systems. They may be involved in designing intelligent systems such as: robots, smart cars, electric steering systems, active suspension system and anti-skid braking systems.
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