|Location||United Kingdom, Birmingham|
|Type||Master courses, full-time|
|Nominal duration||1 year|
|Tuition fee||To be confirmed|
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
At least a Bachelor degree or postgraduate diploma from a UK university or equivalent. The degree must be in a relevant subject
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
Upload documents in original language and translations. Take originals along when you go to study.
IELTS : Score 6.0 with no less than 5.5 in any band. Or Cambridge English(CAE): Advanced Minimum overall score of 176, with no less than 169 in any component.
Please note: TOEFL IBT test will not be accepted for September 2015 entry.
At least 2 reference(s) should be provided.
Two academic references (or if appropriate to the programme applied for, one could be from your employer).
This Masters programme will develop your knowledge and skills in practical electrical engineering aspects of transportation systems, with a particular focus on automotive and rail vehicles, and on power system infrastructure. Graduates of this programme will have a clear understanding of what is needed to design, build and operate these electrical transport systems and will be in demand by organisations world-wide in vehicle design, development and manufacture, and in the infrastructure to support electric transportation systems.
The course will be provided jointly by the University of Birmingham and the University of Nottingham, bring together expertise from both institutions and enabling students to access excellence from two research-intensive universities. Students will choose whether to base their studies from Birmingham or Nottingham: this choice will then inform the supervision of the research project which takes place during the summer period. The Autumn term will be taught at Birmingham and the Spring term, in Nottingham; the timetable will give the flexibility needed for part-time learning or for single modules to be studied as Continuing Professional Development
This is a unique, dual-site course, developed and delivered under the Midlands Energy Graduate School and the research-led Midlands Energy Consortium. Students will benefit from electrical engineering expertise from two leading UK universities, studying Semester 1 modules at the University of Birmingham and Semester 2 modules at the University of Nottingham, which allows for flexibility for part-time study.
Study will be undertaken on the electrical engineering of transportation, various transport systems and technologies, the study of motion, power systems and energy storage systems. Research projects may be taken at the student’s registered university or, where possible, in industry
Examples of employers
Aero Engine Controls
Jaguar Land Rover
Ministry of Defence
Price Waterhouse Coopers
Ernst and Young
Examples of occupations
Communications (Electronic) Engineer – Officer
Junior Business Analyst
Further study – examples of courses
MSc Project Management
MSc Radio Frequency and Microwave Engineering
MSc Electronic and Computer Engineering
MSc Physics and Technology
Postgraduate Certificate in Education – teaching