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Engineering Management

The Engineering Management programme is designed to help you master current and emerging engineering management issues and the management principles that underpin effective business strategies and outcomes.

Balancing academic theory with practical opportunities, this course provides tools to manage sophisticated large, complex and multi-disciplinary projects and supply-chains.

The course will provide you with the understanding and tools to manage financial budgets and understand the bigger picture faced by the wider company.

You will also be exposed to Practical Knowledge from the science behind renewable energy through to the diverse new world of modern consumer technology design for the home.

A strong emphasis is placed on the scientific and technological revolutions underway and the process of technological convergence underway which have had a major impact on both the older established engineering industries and the younger electronics, wireless, computer, media and creative industries and internet-based start-ups.

Entry requirements

UK Lower Second Class (2:2) Honours degree or equivalent in Science, Engineering, Technology or Management.

English language requirements:

IELTS score of 6.5 with 6.5 in writing and no sub-score below 5.5, for non-native English speaking applicants.

If you require Royal Holloway to sponsor your study in the UK, your IELTS must be with a UK government-approved Secure English Language Test (SELT).

Students from overseas should visit the International pages for information on the entry requirements from their country and further information on English language requirements. Royal Holloway offers a Pre-Master’s Diploma for International Students and English language pre-sessional courses, allowing students the opportunity to develop their study skills and English language before starting their postgraduate degree.

Course modules

Core modules: Introduction to Project Management; Operations and Quality Management; International Accounting and Finance; International Supply Chain Management; International Strategic and Technology Management; Business Research Methods; Risk and Resilient Supply Chains; Managing People and Organisations.

Optional Modules: Renewable Energy; Wearable Technology.

Assessment methods

You will learn from highly experienced practitioners, and the course will include input from executives with experience across a range of industries including manufacturing, electronics, finance, media and major consultancies (such as PwC and AD Little Inc). These industry connections have informed the content and design of the course.

Uniquely, the course integrates Technology Strategy with Business Strategy of project-based organisations.

Assessment is carried out by a variety of methods including coursework, examinations and a dissertation.

Qualifications

Qualification Study mode Start month Fee Fee locale Course duration
MSc Full-time £ 8,300 (Academic year) Home/EU 1 Years
MSc Full-time £ 15,800 (Academic year) International 1 Years

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