Cranfield University Engineering
This specialist course can be used as a stepping-stone to an exciting career in engineering and will prepare you if you do not meet the pre-requisite entry requirements for many of our MSc courses. It is an intensive, full-time course delivered through a mixture of lectures, practical laboratory sessions and design exercises, over 10 months.
At a glance
- Start dateOctober
- Duration10 months
- DeliveryTaught modules (70%), Individual research project (30%)
- Study typeFull-time
Who is it for?
- Those who wish to take their career in a new direction and advance their skills in engineering
- Professionals who have been out of education for some time and wish to get back into the study routine before commencing an MSc programme
- Graduates with an undergraduate degree in engineering, physics or mathematics that do not meet our standard entry requirements
- Holders of a UK Ordinary/Pass degree (or equivalent for overseas students) who have industrial experience and cannot be admitted directly
- Overseas students wishing to enhance their technical English language skills before entering a Cranfield MSc course.
Why this course?
The Pre-Master’s in Engineering is designed as a bridging programme with the following objectives:
- To enable direct admission to selected engineering Masters degree courses from Cranfield University
- To learn the personal and professional skills needed both for masters-level study and in future career development
- To refresh and enhance the understanding of engineering related science and mathematics skills
- To understand the methodologies, philosophies and tools used within industry and provide valuable experience of working on open-ended projects.
This course can be used for entry into the following MSc courses:
- Advanced Chemical Engineering
- Advanced Materials
- Advanced Mechanical Engineering
- Aerospace Dynamics
- Aerospace Manufacturing
- Aerospace Materials
- Aerospace Vehicle Design (AVD)
- Air Transport Management
- Airport Planning and Management
- Applied Nanotechnology
- Astronautics and Space Engineering
- Automotive Engineering
- Automotive Mechatronics
- Autonomous Vehicle Dynamics and Control
- Computational and Software Techniques in Engineering
- Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
- Design of Rotating Machines
- Energy from Waste
- Energy Systems and Thermal Processes
- Engineering and Management of Manufacturing Systems
- Flow Assurance for Oil and Gas Production
- Knowledge Management for Innovation
- Management and Information Systems
- Manufacturing Consultancy
- Manufacturing Technology and Management
- Offshore and Ocean Technology with Offshore Materials Engineering
- Offshore and Ocean Technology with Offshore Renewable Energy
- Offshore and Ocean Technology with Pipeline Engineering
- Offshore and Ocean Technology with Risk Management
- Offshore and Ocean Technology with Subsea Engineering
- Operations Excellence
- Process Systems Engineering
- Renewable Energy Engineering
- Renewable Energy Technology
- Thermal Power
- Welding Engineering.
Candidates will be individually considered and may be required to undertake this course as a condition of entry onto an eligible MSc programme.