Overview and delivery
Students will gain concrete skill sets that will help with career aspirations, as well as academic progression towards a Post-graduate Certificate (PgCert), Postgraduate Diploma (PgDip), Master of Science (MSc) or higher degree.
Courses are taught in modules of one/two week, with 30-35 contact hours and a combination of varying activities, including tutorials, computational/experimental lab sessions, lectures and case studies.
Each module has a variety of assessments including a combination of reports, poster and oral presentations, practical and written exams*, as well as individual and group assignments.
The preferred delivery mode is in-person at the world class NSIRC facility in Cambridge, however, there may be an opportunity to support dual/hybrid learning. Any applicant interested hybrid learning is advised to contact Brunel for more information on requirements and module timings.
Applicants have a range of industry-focused modules to choose from:
|Fatique and Fracture Mechanics
|Finite Element Analysis: Numberical Modelling of Solids and Structures
|Metallurgy and Materials
|Codes and Standards in Structural Integrity
|Automotive Integral Vehicle Structures
|NDT Inspection Methodology
|Petroleum Production Fundamentals
|Structural Mechanics Fundamentals
|Design and Construction of Installation
|Applied Continuum Mechanics
|Structural Health Monitoring
|Reliability Engineering and Risk Management
|Applied Continuum Mechanics 1 – Fundamentals
|Applied Engineering Mathematics
|Applied Continuum Mechanics 1 – FEA
|Structural Integrity and FEA
|Advanced Transient Simulation Methods
|Multiphase Flow Fundamentals and Flow Assurance
|Composite Materials and Structures
|Impact and Crashworthiness
Explore Each Module in more detail via the Brunel University CPD page
These CPD courses will charge a fee on the modules bases. The fee will be determined by the module credits of 10, 15, 20 and 30.
For the academic year 2022/23, students from the European Union will be eligible to the same tuition fee option as UK students. This will remain applicable throughout the duration of the course.
Entry requirements and how to apply
Internationally recognised qualification equivalent to, or in the UK as a minimum, a 2:2 Honours degree in the field of engineering, mathematics and physics. However, relevant industry experience may be offset against academic requirements.
Whilst the course is taught in English, there is no formal English language requirement. However, it is essential that the applicants should be able to communicate in English and understand the standards GCSE grade C, or have an IELTS score of 6.5 with an overall 6 in skills.
- Visit the Brunel University website in order to submit your application.
- Select the modules you want to study and fill out the Module Form with module the code and module name - available in the ‘find the right CPD module’ section.
- Now upload the completed form to your 'My Application' portal.
- Once the module form is received, your application will be moved to the evaluation stage where you will be contacted via email.
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*For exam assessment, the examinations follow the University schedule (usually held in January and May). However, assignments have a four-week deadline.