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Why Mechanical Engineering(ME) at PMU?
If you want a profession that is filled with practicality and challenges, then mechanical engineering is what you seek.

What is Mechanical Engineering?

Engineering is the application of science and mathematics to design, build and maintain devices and processes that are useful to humankind.

Mechanical engineering is the profession where machines (vehicles, turbines, pumps, engines, etc) and mechanical systems (air conditioning systems, refrigeration systems, fire fighting system and building services systems) are designed, manufactured and maintained.

Why ME@PMU

If you want to get into this fantastic profession and want to study at a young university with great ambition, then ME@PMU is what you are looking for.
ME@PMU is equipped with the state of the art facilities and labs to provide a rich and excellent technology infused learning environment. The curriculum is delivered by experienced faculty members.
The state of the art curriculum of ME@PMU is compatible with the American Standards and has been designed by Texas International Education Consortium (TIEC) of USA.

Our Promise to Our Students

We, ME@PMU, aspire to provide the best delivery of knowledge to our students. Our faculty members are world recognized experts in their fields and they are our strong asset. With the utilization of a state of art facilities, labs and engineering software, our students are exposed to both theory and practice and develop hands on experience through the program.
Final year projects give the student a real chance to put theory into practice. Our students are encouraged to join professional bodies. They are helped to get a practical training in the high-tech industries located in the bubbly eastern province of KSA.

Career Prospect

Why Mechanical Engineering As a mechanical engineer you will be able to work for a wide range of industries. Our Alumni are currently working for:
  • Petrochemical Industries (ARAMCO, Chevron, schlumberger. etc.)
  • Basic Industries (SABIC, Samsung, etc.)
  • Public utilities (SECO, SWCC, Siemens)
  • HVAC (Zamil, York, etc.).
  • Energy Auditing of Buildings and Industry
  • Elevators and Escalators Industry
  • Industrial Management
  • Computer Modeling (CAD and CAM)
  • Automotive Industry
  • Aerospace Industry
  • Researcher and Inventor (new equipment and processes)

  • Mechanical Engineering is concerned with design, manufacture and operation of a wide range of systems, such as:
    • Energy
    • Heating, Ventilation, Air conditioning, Refrigeration
    • Materials
    • Manufacturing
    • Computer-aided design
    • Automation, Robotics
    • Automotive industry
    • Aerospace industry
    • Laser technology, Biomedical applications
    • Nanotechnology
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What Skills Do I Need to Become A Mechanical Engineer?

  • Problem solving
  • Curiosity about how things work and how to make them better
  • Creativity and a desire to put ideas into action
  • Hands-on understanding, strong social awareness and concern for the quality of life
  • Good communication skills and networking
  • Leadership/conflict resolution
  • Knowledge management
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Where Can I Work?

  • Petroleum Industry
  • Power Generation and Chemical Plants
  • Water pumping and Desalination Stations
  • Maintenance Engineering
  • HVAC Systems Design and Operation
  • Energy Auditing of Buildings and Industry
  • Elevators and Escalators Industry
  • Industrial Management
  • Computer Modelling (CAD and CAM)
  • Automotive Industry
  • Aerospace Industry
  • Researcher and Inventor (new equipment and processes)
Why Mechanical Engineering   Why Mechanical Engineering   Why Mechanical Engineering
Why Mechanical Engineering   Why Mechanical Engineering   Why Mechanical Engineering