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|Start date:||September 2014, September 2015|
|Duration full-time:||12 months|
|Delivery mode:||On Campus|
|Educational variant:||Part-time, Full-time|
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The aim of the programme is to meet the needs of engineers engaged in the planning, design and construction of a variety of Civil Engineering works
PgD and MSc at UEL
The programme offers a number of self contained modules, organised around the various areas of Civil Engineering. It has been developed as a result of successful operation of a Postgraduate Diploma programme since 1975 and numerous advanced programmes since 1964. In each module theory and design are studied together in order to solve practical problems.
The choice of modules and the subject of the research dissertation allow some specialisation of the MSc
Your future career
Civil Engineers with postgraduate qualifications find a wide range of career opportunities with consultancy, contactor and client organisations, as well as other related areas such as research and management.
The programme can be taken either in a part-time mode by engineers employed in the UK, or in a full-time mode by overseas engineers. The full time PgD and MSc are of one to one & half calendar years duration with enrolment on the programme possible either in September or February. For the part-time MSc there is a maximum duration of six years. Students require one-two 30 credit modules for the CPD short programmes, two modules for the PgCert, four modules for the PgD and four modules plus a 60 credit Research Dissertation for the MSc.
Teaching methods include lectures, tutorials, seminars, laboratory work and external site visits. Web based learning is employed for the research dissertation.
Assessment is mainly by end of semester examination. The aggregate pass mark for a module is 50% with minimum module component mark of 40%.
* For the MSc, a BEng (Hons) minimum 2:2 or BSc(Hons) minimum 2:1 in Civil Engineering
* For the PGC/D a BEng(Hons) minimum class 3 or BSc (Hons) minimum 2:2
* Appropriate professional qualifications such as MICE or MIStructE
* Applicants with other qualifications will be considered on an individual basis
Transfer from the PGD to the MSc
Those students who are enrolled on the PGD can request to be transferred to the MSc provided they satisfy the following conditions.
Transfer from the PG Dip programme to the MSc programme can be considered after the first two modules have been completed, provided they have been passed at the first opportunity with an average of 60%, or on completion of all 4 modules where the average of the two highest passed modules is 60% or above, however all 4 modules must be passed before being allowed to register for the dissertation.
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