The focus of this Masters programme is on engineering solutions to transport issues, particularly how the design of systems determines the nature of how people and goods are transported. It is particularly suited to those who wish to extend their engineering capabilities, having studied a civil engineering or a related subjectÂ at undergraduate level.
During the programme, students learn how to use engineering to meet the challenges of integrating different modes of transport and make travel safer, greener and more efficient. Students are first equipped with core technical skills in data collection, modelling, planning and engineering design. They then select from a range of optional modules, all of which have practical applications.
Employability Jobs and Careers
The transport sector continues to need people with the right skills and training. Students progress from the programme to a range of graduate-level jobs including those in consultancy, government, transport operators, not-for-profit and international agencies. ITS supports this via our close links with employers. www.its.leeds.ac.uk/courses/employability
Open Day – 3rd May 2013
Prospective students are invited to find out more about the programme, and meet the staff and current students, by attending an Open Day www.its.leeds.ac.uk/courses/masters/openday/
The programme is recognised by the major professional bodies in the transport sector. It is approved as further learning for holders of accredited degrees seeking Chartered Engineer (CEng) status via the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) or Institution of Highways and Transportation (IHT). It also fulfills the educational requirements for membership of Chartered Institute for Logistics and Transport (CILT UK) andis a pathway to the Transport Planning Professional (TPP) qualification. www.its.leeds.ac.uk/courses/masters/accreditation
Applicants should have, or be expecting to achieve, a good honours degree in engineering or a related discipline. It is not a requirement to have studied transport at undergraduate level, but applicants must be able to demonstrate their subject interest. International students are encouraged to apply, subject to competence in English language (IETLS 6.5 or equivalent). www.its.leeds.ac.uk/courses/masters/admissions
The programme is available for full-time study (12 months) or for part-time study (flexible attendance but typically 2-3 years duration). Shorter Postgraduate Diploma and Certificate programmes are also available. All programmes commence in September.
We can advise on funding opportunities, including the process for applying for scholarship competitions, but please note that there is no automatic funding entitlement. To be eligible for scholarships, candidates must first hold an offer of a place on the programme. www.its.leeds.ac.uk/courses/masters/scholarships
For further information including how to apply
Enquiries can also be made via the Admissions Co-ordinator
Tel: +44 (0)113 343 5353