A day in the life: Mechanical Engineering

| July 22, 2019

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Follow current student Corin around campus to find out what it is like to be a Mechanical Engineering student at the University of Salford. From heating systems to refrigerators to cars, the mechanical engineer shapes our daily life, yet across the world they are in short supply. Choosing a mechanical engineering degree with Salford, can open up an exciting career designing, commissioning and maintaining the systems of the future.

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