MSc Taught Degree Courses

Postgraduate Taught Masters are curriculum-driven experiences, culminating in a period of independent work submitted as a dissertation.
  • Flowave focussed wave formed in the wave tank on King's Buildings Campus

    This internationally renowned degree, based within a world-leading renewable energy research group, offers a broad and flexible programme covering the engineering, economic, environmental and policy aspects of energy systems.

  • MSc student working in a signal processing and communications laboratory

    This Programme provides graduates with a broad training in Signal Processing and Communications. It is suitable for recent graduates who wish to develop the specialist knowledge and skills relevant to the industry and is also suitable for advanced study in preparation for research work in an academic or industrial environment, or with a specialist consultancy organisation.

  • Scientific experimentation in the Fire Laboratory, King's Buildings, University of Edinburgh

    This programme covers the fundamentals of Fire Science, including laboratory classes, fire safety engineering and relevant structural engineering topics. You will choose your own research project from an extensive range of options and this will run in parallel with teaching, culminating in a dissertation.

  • Printed Circuit Board and cabling in a research laboratory

    This Programme provides graduates with a broad training in Electronics. It is suitable for recent graduates who wish to develop the specialist knowledge and skills relevant to the industry and is also suitable for advanced study in preparation for research work in an academic or industrial environment, or with a specialist consultancy.

  • MSc in Advanced Chemical Engineering

    Starting September 2016, the School of Engineering at the University of Edinburgh will be offering a master's degree in Advanced Chemical Engineering.

  • A close up photograph of a flame of fire

    Fire safety is an essential feature of any building or industrial plant during its lifetime. The application of engineering principles to meet design objectives is the worldwide trend in the performance-based design approach.

    The three IMFSE full partners build upon their excellence in research and experience with existing educational programmes in fire Safety Engineering to deliver this unique programme. The mobility scheme allows you to spend a semester in each of the three full institutes or three affiliated institutes.

    The "International Master of Science in Fire Safety Engineering" degree is a joint engineering degree signed by all three full partner universities and three affiliated universities, regardless your mobility track. By your mere graduation, you already have a bonus in a professional world where international experience is a strongly positively evaluated asset.

  • 450mm SCUBA2 detector on the JCM telescope (Hawaii)

    This programme, run jointly by the Universities of Edinburgh and Glasgow provides students with the fundamentals of Sensor and Imaging Systems. It focuses on the principles, methods, techniques and technologies that underpin a vast range sensor enabled products spanning from devices right through to complex sensor systems.

    Prestigious Scottish Funding Council Awards are available to high calibre applicants for this programme.

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