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Swansea Metropolitan University

BEng(Hons) Motorcycle Engineering
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Programme Design

As one of the first degrees of its kind, this programme will enable students to develop the specific expertise required in such areas as data acquisition and motorcycle dynamics for the design and development of the modern road and competition motorcycle. Students from this programme have been involved with race teams from championships such as British Superbike and MotoGP, and Swansea Metropolitan University has excellent contacts in this growing industry. Graduate destinations include Yamaha Tech 3 Moto GP and Rizla Suzuki.
Programme Structure

Year 1
Mathematics
Applied Engineering Practice
Electronics and Microprocessors
Engineering Science
CAD Materials and Processes
Motorcycle Chassis and Powertrain Technology
Year 2
Group Project
Engineering Business Skills and Techniques
Engine Design Performance and Thermodynamics
Structures Materials and Aerodynamics
CAD, Manufacture and Testing
Motorcycle Dynamics and Power and Transmission
Year 3
Major Project
Advanced Computer Methods
Engine Structural Design
Structure and Materials
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Motorcycle Engineering

BEng Motorcycle Engineering at Swansea Metropolitan University
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Merton College | The country's leading college for motorcycle training! |

The country's leading college for motorcycle training!


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Our motorcycle students are of all ages and we have female staff as well as students
Our motorcycle department is known across the country and some of our students travel from places as far away as Portsmouth and Birmingham to take our courses! We offer: - a range of full-time courses for school leavers - day and evening part-time courses for adults - apprenticeships and advanced apprenticeships - the new Automotive Technician Accreditation course - bespoke training Our long-standing reputation in the sector was confirmed in 2005 when we became a Centre of Vocational Excellence (CoVE) in Motor Vehicles. The CoVE scheme has now ended across the country but the department continues to benefit from the equipment and resources gained, including state-of-the-art learning technology.
Apprenticeships in Motorcycles

For practical, work-based skills and a qualification, an apprenticeship is a great idea - whether you are just strarting out on your career as a technician or an employer looking to fill a position in your company.
If you are interested in becoming a motorcycle apprentice please contact us on info@merton.ac.uk or call 020 8408 6500.
If you are an employer interested in taking on an apprentice contact our Employer helpline on 020 8408 6567 or email employerinfo@merton.ac.uk
If you would like to learn more about the courses please look at our leaflets by choosing the links below.
More about the Motorcycle Apprenticeship (information for employers)

More Motorcycle courses offered at Merton College

Motorcycle Servicing - City & Guilds Entry Level 3
Motorcycle Servicing and Repair Foundation Course - City & Guilds, PEO Level 1
Motorcycle Servicing and Repair - IMI Award Level 1
Motorcycle Servicing and Repair - IMI National Certificate Level 2
Motorcycle Servicing and Repair - IMI National Diploma Level 3
Motorcycle Mechanics Practical Skills
Motorcycle Mechanics Advanced Skills
Our motorcycle students success at National Youth Bikes Awards

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The student bikes on display
For the first time Merton College has entered the Youth Bike Competition, in which Students design and build a bike or trike and then take it to a national show where all entries are judged in a number of categories. Brian Caket and Tommy Coogan worked with two teams, the NVQ1 Motorcycles Foundation Group, and a group of students from Lindenbridge School. Each team designed and built a trike and kept a photo diary to shows its progress. Four students from each group accompanied their creations to the show, where despite very strong competition they won 4 awards. The Lindenbridge trike called “Christine” won in the following categories,” Best Trike” and “Most Zany Bike” and were runners up in “Best Decorated”. The NVQ1 group with their Trike “Ruf Rider” won the “Organisers Choice Award”.
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Motorcycle Engineering - BSc(Hons) - Course Information - Undergraduate Students - Kingston University London



Motorcycle Engineering BSc(Hons)

Facts about this course


Year of entry 2010 Type BSc(Hons) Modules Module Listing UCAS H345 3 years full-time
H346 4 years sandwich
H308 3/4 years full-time including foundation year

About this course


Why choose this course?

This degree is ideal if you are passionate about motorcycles and want to learn more about their engineering and design. We offer excellent facilities, including a variety of motorcycles, a wind tunnel for testing the aerodynamics of prototypes, computer-aided design packages and systems testing equipment.

This course is accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and satisfies the academic requirements for incorporated engineer (IEng) status.

What will you study?

Subjects such as maths, engineering science and structural mechanics provide a theoretical background, while modules in engineering design and applications teach the necessary design skills. You will study motorcycle-specific subjects such as engine, gearbox, braking, suspension and fuelling systems; cover production, legislation and aerodynamics; and develop your skills in computer modelling.


Module listing


Please note that this is an indicative list of modules and is not intended as a definitive list. Those listed here may also be a mixture of core and optional modules.
Year 1
  • Technology Mathematics 1
  • Structural Mechanics and Dynamics 1
  • Engineering Science
  • Engineering Computing
  • Materials Engineering 1
  • Professional Practice
  • Engineering Design
  • Engineering Applications
  • Language option
Year 2
  • Motorcycle Systems Technology 1 and 2
  • Engineering Design
  • Materials 2 and Processes
  • Mechanical Science
  • Project Engineering
  • Technology Mathematics 2
  • Investigatory Study and Dissertation (Motorcycle)
  • Language option
Year 3
  • Individual Project (Motorcycle)
  • Motorcycle Design
  • Motorcycle Technology
  • Industrial Group Design Project (Motorcycle)
  • Quality
  • Business Applications in Engineering
  • Language option
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Motorsport and Motorcycle Engineering BEng Honours degree

Motorsport and Motorcycle Engineering BEng Honours degree

Course Essentials Course Type Undergraduate Length 3 years full-time, 4 years sandwich Qualification BEng (Hons) degree Course code H339 Entry requirements 5 GCSEs at A-C and 200 points from two or more 6-unit awards including Maths and Physics, Chemistry and Design Technology or equivalent qualifications.
Faculty/School Faculty of Engineering and ComputingSummary

This Motorsport and Motorcycle Engineering degree course prepares you for work as a specialist in high-performance motorcycle engineering. It concentrates on development engineering, but also covers principles of lightweight high-performance powertrain and chassis design for two and three-wheel machines for both road and off-road applications.

The motorsport industry in the UK is recognised as vibrant and successful contributing highly to
economic and technological developments.


More reasons to study...
  • Incorporated Engineer accreditation (BEng)
  • Real-life experience of being part of a race teammotorsport
  • The technical and organisational skills developed are highly valued by a wide range of employers both inside and outside the motorsport industry
Why study Motorsport and Motorcycle Engineering BEng Honours degree
  • Incorporated Engineer accreditation (BEng)
  • Real-life experience of being part of a race teammotorsport
  • The technical and organisational skills developed are highly valued by a wide range of employers both inside and outside the motorsport industry
Your future

Graduates can expect to find employment in roles such as race engineer, development engineer and engine and transmission designer.


Course content

You can expect to cover areas such as motorcycle dynamics and handling, test and development engineering for motorcycle applications, sporting regulations and design constraints, engine and transmission technologies. Project management and commercial business skills play an important part, as does teamwork and team organisation.

You will, in your first year study motorsport development engineering, vehicle systems and dynamics, mechanical and electrical engineering science, manufacturing and materials and mathematics for engineers.

The second year builds on these skills and gives you further choices to study advanced vehicle systems or powertrain electronics, design, materials and manufacturing plus motorsport event organisation.

In your final year you put all these skills together and additionally undertake motorsport development engineering and complete a motorsport research and development project.

Year One Topics
  • Motorsport development engineering
  • Vehicle systems
  • Vehicle dynamics
  • Mechanical and electrical engineering science
  • Manufacturing and Materials
  • Mathematics for engineers
  • Human factors in motorsport or Powertrain pricipals
Year Two Topics
  • Motorsport development engineering
  • Mechanical engineering science
  • Design, materials and manufacturing
  • Motorsport event organisation
  • Advanced vehicle systems or Powertrain electronics
Year Three Topics
  • Motorsport development engineering
  • Motorsport research and development project
  • Finite element analysis
  • Economics of motorsport
How to apply

Full-time, via UCAS: Applications for this course on a full-time basis should be made through UCAS. For details on how to apply, please see the UCAS website.
International enquiry form: International students may alternatively use this online enquiry form or this downloadable enquiry form to contact our International Office for application advice and guidance.
Part-time study

Those wishing to study this course full-time can complete this online application form.


Contact details

Undergraduate students

Full-time students from the United Kingdom should contact our Recruitment and Admissions Office:
Telephone: 024 7615 2222
Fax: 024 7615 2223
askCoventry

International students

International students should contact our International Office:
Telephone: +44 24 7615 2152
Fax: +44 24 7615 2175
Enquiry form

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Thanks for such a wonderful write up & also much important, a valuable information.
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hi FourWheelDrift,

aren't there any courses in india ?

i am doing BSL (law) but as a diesel/gear head i want to do a small course as mechanic or some 6 month diploma (if there are).

share if you have any info about them.
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Unhappy Indian ?

why UK.

aren't Indian institutes qualified for good teaching?
my personal choice will always be any Indian institute.

(no offense guys, just a general question for those who wants to go overseas to UK/AUSTRALIA)

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While there are several Automobile Engineering degree / diploma courses available all over India, there are none that solely focus on Motorcycle Engineering.

Most of these degree / diploma courses will have a subject in one term / semester, on two wheelers.

At best, there are vocational training courses dedicated solely to two wheelers.

Learn more about MECHANIC REPAIR & MAINTENANCE OF TWO WHEELER at http://dget.gov.in/lisdapp/Trade/syllabus/pdf/TTMTW.pdf

Or, as a part of a larger automotive vocational course : http://dget.gov.in/mes/curricula/AURFINALMARCH.pdf

Lastly, and quite unbelievably, in the late '80s (and probably early '90s too ... ) D. G. Ruparel College in Matunga, Mumbai offered a Scooter & Motorcycle Service vocational course (in lieu of Computer Science, or Electronics, or Electrical Maintenance) for 11th and 12th standard Science students. The college sent it's students to the Industrial Training Institute (ITI) at Cadell Road, Mahim for classroom and labs. Don't know if this continues any more.

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