The Department offers a comprehensive and exciting postgraduate programme comprising course work leading to honours degrees, master's degrees based on research and research-based PhD degrees.
The following options are available for students with different educational backgrounds:
- Engineering students may register for the BEng(Hons), MEng and PhD degrees.
- Candidates with a BSc or BTech background may register for the BSc(Hons)(Applied Science Mechanics), and the subsequent MSc (Applied Science Mechanics) and the PhD (Mechanics) degrees.
- Students may also register for selected modules for non-degree purposes.
For more information, download the following postgraduate brochure:
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Multi-disciplinary Post Graduate Programme in Physical Asset Management
This post graduate programme consists of a course-based Honours Degree followed by a research dissertation for Masters Degree purposes. The Honours Degree can be completed full-time over a one year period, or on a part-time basis, typically over two-to-three years. Completion of the Masters Degree dissertation normally requires one year full time, or two-to-three years part- time research. The programme is structured to achieve specific objectives.
BScHons Applied Science Mechanics: Physical Asset Management
Registration, module changes & administrative enquiries: e-mail: [email protected]
The postgraduate lifecycle and registration process is described here.
Specific postgraduate forms:
Postgraduate examination timetable
The postgraduate exam timetable can be found on the noticeboard page.
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