user 82926

About user 82926

  • Academic Level Master’s Degree
  • Age 23 - 27 Years
  • Salary 1000
  • Gender Male
  • Industry Engineering


A highly motivated, ambitious and technically able Automotive & Motorsport Engineering graduate looking to take his experience and join a reputable and forward thinking company within a graduate position. A self-motivated individual I thrive on a challenge and work effectively on my own initiative with the organisation and time management skills required to complete assignments on time and to the required standard. I am incredibly focused and bring a level of energy and enthusiasm to my work, as well as being a natural communicator; I possess excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate with individuals in all environments. I pride myself in the knowledge that all tasks assigned to me are completed to the very best of my ability and I am confident that I have the skills required to be a great asset to your team.



  • 2019
    Brunel University

    Masters in Automotive & Motorsport

    Msc Automotive & Motorsport Engineering Modules included: • Racing team management and vehicle testing • Advanced racing vehicle dynamics, IC engines, materials and manufacturing • Racing legislation, Finace and sponsorship • Racing vehicle design and performance • Research methods and sustainable engineering Individual project – Modelling of thermoelectric architectures for high efficiency Hybrid and Battery Electric Vehicles and feasabilty of retrofitting a TEG in electric locomotive Group project – Formula student driver controls team, design of collapsible steering column & steering system

  • 2018
    Kingston University

    Bachelors in Automotive Engineering

    BSC Automotive Engineering (Hons) – 2:1 Modules included: Business Management and Quality System; • Six sigma • Marketing & accounting • CSR/ sustainability • Cash flow • Taguchi quality method analysis • Statistical process control Vehicle Design and Technology; • Solidworks CAD designing MacPherson strut suspension • FEA on vehicle dynamics • CFD on van model • Engine mapping • Aerodynamics using wind tunnel

  • 2015
    Richmond college

    BTEC LVL 3 Extended Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

    - 7 distinctions, 7 merits, 4 passes Modules covered: • Mechanical principles • Electronic & electrical principles • Mathematics for engineering technicians • Health and safety in the engineering workplace • Computer aided drafting in engineering • Communications for engineering technicians • Electronic measurement and testing • Setting and proving secondary processing machines

  • 2013
    Richmond College

    BTEC LVL 2 First Diploma in Engineering

    5 distinctions 2 merits 1 pass Modules covered: • Working safely and effectively in engineering • Interpreting and using engineering information • Mathematics for engineering technicians • Applied electrical and mechanical science for engineering • Electronic devices and communication applications • Application of welding process • Electronic circuit construction • Selecting and using secondary machining techniques

  • 2012
    Rutlish secondary school


    7 GCSE’S grades A-C including English, Maths and Science