Postgraduates courses based at TWI in Cambridge
This brand new AI MSc will allow students to develop a high level understand of AI based upon the skills that industry is calling for, including but not limited to the theory, design, application, and development of AI in biologically, socially and linguistically motivated computational models.
De Montfort University (DMU) in Leicester and the National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) have collaborated create this brand new Executive MBA programme answers the complex situations and growing trends within the position of a modern executive. With input from global industrial technology and innovation experts TWI Ltd, apprentices of this MBA cultivate new skill sets, allowing them to handle the complicated social, technical and business orientated matters that occur within modern industry exchanges and markets.
The course has been designed specifically to meet the needs of businesses and to develop future leaders. Offered at NSIRC in Cambridge and awarded by Aston University, this part-time MSc can be funded from the apprenticeship levy so there are no tuition fees to pay.
As the industry now seeks the rapid drilling and commissioning of new wells to meet energy demands, along with major investment in heavy oils and shale oil and gas, skilled engineers who can rapidly design and commission oilfield installations will be the backbone for growth in this industry. It is precisely this type of engineer that Brunel’s programme will develop. Awarded by Brunel University London.
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This course focuses on the knowledge and skills most relevant to developing a career in technical and engineering roles where understanding and achieving structural integrity is a key component. Awarded by Brunel University London.
NSIRC affiliated universities
During the PhD programme, students will design and carry out original experiments guided by the laboratory manager or TWI industrial supervisor. Additionally the programme will include high-quality training and support to provide a strong foundation for future careers in engineering.
To help clarify your thinking, here are 5 top reasons why undertaking a PhD that is closely linked to Industry is considered a good move.
Better employment prospects than with a degree alone
Industry experience within the field you are interested in, like the oil and gas industry, will give you an advantage over other applicants you may be up against. 100% of NSIRC PhD and MSc graduates have secured employment within Industry after one year of graduating. Since 2012, they have gone on to work within the fields of oil and gas engineering, aerospace engineering and other structural integrity related careers.
Your salary could be higher if you have a postgraduate degree
Going into a future job interview, for a position at project management level, you can offer your prospective employer a combination of experience-based learning and industry training, gained during your time onsite in Cambridge at TWI, and the academic knowledge and skills that come hand-in-hand with a higher level research degree.
Postgraduate courses that help you make a significant contribution to your subject area
Postgraduate study with NSIRC gives students the exclusive opportunity to conduct funded research that leading people across industry and academia are calling for.
Upon completing your degree, you will have the opportunity to test your new-found leadership and management skills within an exciting new career. Or, if you have published PhD research you'll have the opportunity to promote yourself, and the value of your research, in the form of journal articles, international conferences, maybe even in hardbound books... Perhaps a book that will even end up on a bookshelf in Cambridge city centre.
Become a world-leading expert in your field
If you have already decided to focus on a specific interest, then a PhD within Industry, or a part-time/full-time MSc, could provide the problem solving, leadership skills that are vital within a workplace environment. Global economies want PhD students with the personal and business skills to collaborate, learn and drive innovation forward.
Learn new skills that will help your career as well as your personal life
Your manager will want to see that you have the ability to think and act critically, effectively manage, and not be intimidated by problems. To go from completing your undergraduate degree to your postgrad within Industry, you will develop a level of perseverance that will set you up well for work and life.