Postgraduate Diploma-MSc Engineering (Named Specialism)

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  • Entry requirements
    Entry Conditions PGDip - a degree in a relevant engineering or technology course or an HNC/HND in a relevant engineering or technology course together with at least three years relevant industrial experience at an appropriate level. MSc - a minimum of a second class honours degree in a relevant engineering or technology course. All - English Language Qualifications: Minimum GCSE Grade C, IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL 550.
  • Academic title
    Postgraduate Diploma/MSc Engineering
  • Course description
    The specialisms on offer are:

    • Biomedical Engineering
    • Electronics
    • Manufacturing Management
    • Micro- and Nano-Technology
    • Polymers and Advanced Composites

    The course has been designed to provide postgraduate education and training in the concepts and methods within a specialist engineering area and their intelligent application to problems within industry and academic research.

    It will enable you to develop a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the scientific principles, theories and practice in the chosen area of engineering specialisation.

    Upon successful completion of this course you will be more employable and have the potential to accelerate your career development.

    The PGDip consists of eight taught modules offered by the Faculty. Following successful completion of the PGDip students may proceed to a research dissertation leading to the award of MSc.

    Duration and Mode of Attendance

    Full-time PGDip - one academic year
    MSc - one calendar year

    PGDip - two years
    MSc - three years

    The course has a distinctive mode of delivery to facilitate part-time students. It involves distance learning, work/research based learning during the first and second semesters and one week blocks of study in September and January.

    For those who do not wish to undertake a full course of study, individual modules such as Quality Improvement, may be take

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