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Transport Economics MA - Postgraduate Diploma

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  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements Academic entry requirements: * Good honours degree or equivalent in Economics or a related discipline. English language requirements: * Applicants whose first language is not English must provide evidence that their ability in the various skills of English is sufficient by including with their applications details of any recognised English language qualifications, and of experience in using English. * The most usual qualifications are TOEFL or the British Council IELTS test. IELTS: a minimum score of 6.5 overall, with not less than 6.0 in any individual skill. TOEFL: Internet-based test - a total score of 94, with not less than 20 in listening, 23 in reading and speaking, and 24 in writing; Computer-based test - a score of 240 with a score of 4.0 on the essay rating; Paper-based test - a score of 580 with a score of 4.0 on the Test of Written English.
  • Academic Title
    Transport Economics MA / Postgraduate Diploma
  • Course description

    In common with other Masters degrees at the University, the MA involves studying for 180 credits in total. Students who wish to take only part of the programme may be awarded the Postgraduate Diploma provided that they achieve at least 120 credits. The programme normally provides exemption from the educational requirements of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CMILT) and of the Institution of Highways and Transportation (MIHT).

    Duration

        * Full-time: 12 months (MSc) or 9 months (PGDip).

        * Part-time: 24-36 months (MSc) or 18-24 months (PGDip)

    Institute for Transport Studies
    The Institute for Transport Studies is the largest single academic group involved in transport teaching and research in the UK. It acts as a focus for the transport research interests of a range of departments across the University. It is particularly linked with the School of Civil Engineering and the Leeds University Business School, with both of which it co-ordinates postgraduate programmes, and with the Schools of Computing, Geography, Psychology and Environment.

    A notable characteristic of the work of the Institute is the close and successful working arrangements achieved between a wide range of disciplines, including economics, civil engineering, urban geography, planning, psychology, mathematics, statistics, operational research and computer studies.

    The quality of research at the Institute has been recognised by the award of the highest grade (5*A) in the HEFCE's Research Assessment Exercise.

    What you study
    First Semester

    Compulsory modules in the first semester consolidate and advance students’ understanding of relevant economic principles:

    Title and Credits

          Principles of Transport Modelling 15
          Principles of Transport Economics 15
          Quantitative Research Methods 15
          Welfare Economics and Cost Benefit Analysis 15
          Transport Economics: Seminar and Project Work 10

    Second Semester

    Optional modules are offered in the second semester. Students study 60 or 65 credits and in doing so can either specialise or select widely from a range of topics which include:

    Title and credits:

          Economics of Transport Appraisal 15
          Economics of Transport Regulation 15
          Freight Transport Planning and Management 15
          Marketing Transport Services 15
          Public Transport Planning and Management 15
          Transport and the Environment 15
          Transport in Development 15
          Air Transport Systems 10
          Project Finance 10
          Stated Preference Analysis Methods 10

    (Note: optional modules are offered subject to a minimum level of demand and not every combination of optional module may be possible)

    Masters students study 180 credits in total whereas Postgraduate Diploma students study 120 credits.

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