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PREPARATION FOR MASTER (Pre-Masters).

1. Age of participants: from 20 years

2. Duration of the programs: 2 semesters

3. Beginning of classes: January, April

4. Knowledge of the English language: IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.5 in all sections)

5. Level of education for participation in the programs: bachelor's degree, graduated bachelor's degree (the direction of education must coincide or be adjacent to the direction of admission).

Pre-master's preparation is necessary for those foreign applicants who plan to enter the department of magistracy of the University of Strathclyde. To participate in the program you must have a bachelor's degree in the same or an adjacent direction. In case of non-compliance with the language requirements, applicants can first pass special English courses. The duration of the programs is 2 semesters.

Education is conducted in 2 major directions:

  • Business and Social Studies
  • Engineering and Science.

Both directions include a corps of academic disciplines devoted to the study of English, research skills for magistracy, theories and research methods in selected fields of knowledge and courses on personal / professional development and career growth. Students receive fundamental knowledge and significantly increase the level of knowledge and skills for education in the magistracy. After successful completion of the education, the graduates enter the department of magistracy of the University of Strathclyde in the chosen specialty.

Directions of preparation and available master's programs:

Direction "Business and Social Research".

Disciplines in Business and Social Studies:

  • English for Academic Purposes
  • Applied academic writing skills
  • Mathematics for Business and Social Studies
  • Methods of research in business and social studies
  • Research project in the field of business and social research
  • Statistics for business and social studies
  • Skills for growth, communication skills and employment skills.

Master programs available after the direction of Business and Social Studies:

  • Applied Economics (MSc)
  • Autism (Autism, MSc)
  • Business and Management (MBM), MSc)
  • Business Analytics and Consulting (MSc)
  • Business Translation and Interpreting (MSc / PG Dip)
  • Construction Law (LLM)
  • Criminal justice and Penal Change (LLM / MSc)
  • Digital Journalism (Digital Journalism, MLitt)
  • Data Analytics (MSc)
  • Economics and Finance (MSc)
  • Educational Studies (MSc)
  • Entrepreneurial Finance (MSc)
  • Entrepreneurial Management & Leadership (MSc)
  • Entrepreneurship, innovation and technology (Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology, MSc)
  • European Politics (MSc)
  • Finance (MSc)
  • Finance and Law (Finance and Law, MSc)
  • Finance and Management (MSc)
  • Financial Technology (MSc)
  • Global Energy Management (MSc)
  • Global Business Law (LLM)
  • Global sustainability of cities (Global Sustainable Cities, MSc)
  • Health History (MSc)
  • Historical Studies (MSc)
  • Human Resource Management (MSc)
  • Human Resources and International Management (MSc)
  • Human Rights Law (LLM)
  • Innovation and Marketing Management (MSc)
  • International Accounting (MSc)
  • International banking and finance (International Banking & Finance, MSc)
  • International Commercial Law (LLM)
  • International Human Resource Management (MSc)
  • International Law and Sustainable Development (LLM)
  • International Management (MSc)
  • International Management and Law (MSc)
  • International Marketing (MSc)
  • International Relations (MSc)
  • International relations, law and security (International Relations, Law and Security, MSc / LLM)
  • Internet Law and Policy (LLM)
  • Investment and Finance (Investment & Finance, MSc)
  • IT and Telecommunications Law (IT & Telecommunications Law, LLM)
  • Law (Law, LLM)
  • Law & Finance (Law & Finance, MSc)
  • Literature, culture and city (Literature, Culture & Place, MLitt)
  • Marketing (Marketing, MSc)
  • Media and Communication (Media & Communication, MLitt)
  • Mediation and Conflict Resolution (MSc)
  • Physical activity in the prevention and control of non-infectious diseases (MSc)
  • Politics (Politics, MSc)
  • Political Research (MSc)
  • Primary Education (PGDE)
  • Project Management and Innovation (MSc)
  • Public Policy (MSc)
  • Quantitative Finance (MSc)
  • Secondary Education (PGDE)
  • Social Policy (MSc)
  • Social policy (research methods) (Social Policy (Research Methods), MSc)
  • Social Work (MSc)
  • Tourism marketing management (MSc).

Direction "Engineering and Science".

The disciplines of Engineering and Science:

  • English
  • Applied writing skills
  • Mathematics for Engineering and Science
  • Methods of research in engineering and science
  • Research project in the fields of engineering and science
  • Statistics for engineering sciences and sciences
  • Personal development, development of communication and career skills.

Master's programs available after the direction of Engineering and Science:

  • Advanced Biochemistry (MSc)
  • Advanced architectural design (Advanced Architectural Design, March)
  • Advanced chemical and process engineering (Advanced Chemical & Process Engineering, MSc)
  • Advanced Computer Science (MSc)
  • Advanced Computer Science with Big Data (MSc)
  • Advanced Drug Delivery (MSc)
  • Advanced software engineering (Advanced Software Engineering, MSc)
  • Advanced Immunology (MSc)
  • Advanced Production: Technologies and Systems (Advanced Manufacture: Technology & Systems, MSc)
  • Advanced Mechanical Engineering (MSc)
  • Advanced Pharmacology (MSc)
  • Advanced Pharmaceutical Manufacturing (MSc)
  • Advanced Physics (Physics Advanced, MSc)
  • Applied Physics (MSc)
  • Applied Mathematical Sciences (MSc)
  • Applied Statistics in Health Sciences (MSc)
  • Architectural design in the preservation of cultural heritage (Architectural Design for the Conservation of Built Heritage, MSc)
  • Architectural Design (International) (Architectural Design (International), March)
  • Architecture and Ecology (Architecture & Ecology, March)
  • Autonomous Robotic Intelligent Systems (MSc)
  • The mechanics of biofluids (Biofluid Mechanics, MSc)
  • Biomedical Engineering (MSc)
  • Biomedical Sciences (MSc)
  • Cancer treatment (Cancer Therapies, MSc)
  • Civil Engineering (MSc)
  • Civil Engineering with Industrial Placement (MSc)
  • Communication, Control and Digital Signals (Communications, Control & Digital Signal Processing, MSc)
  • Designing / designing with advanced product development / sustainability (Design Engineering / Design Engineering with Advanced Product Development / Sustainability, MEng)
  • Digital Manufacturing (MSc)
  • Advanced Electrical Power Engineering (Electrical Power Engineering Advanced, MSc)
  • Electric Power and Business (MSc)
  • Electronic and Electrical Engineering (Electronic & Electrical Engineering, MSc)
  • Engineering Management for Process Excellence (MSc)
  • Enterprise information systems (Enterprise Information Systems, MSc)
  • Environmental Engineering (MSc)
  • Environmental Entrepreneurship (MSc)
  • Environmental Health Sciences (MSc)
  • Forensic Science (MSc)
  • Global Innovative Design (MSc)
  • Global Innovation Management (MSc)
  • 5G advanced communications (5G Advanced Communications, MSc)
  • Hydrogeology (Hydrogeology, MSc)
  • Hydrology through flexible training (Hydrogeology via Flexible Learning, MSc)
  • Industrial Photonics (MSc)
  • Information and Library Studies (MSc)
  • Information Management (MSc)
  • Marine Engineering (MSc)
  • Mechatronics and Automation (Mechatronics & Automation, MSc)
  • Medical devices (Medical Devices, MSc)
  • Medical Chemistry (Medicinal Chemistry, MSc)
  • Molecular Biology (Molecular Microbiology, MSc)
  • Nano-science (Nanoscience, MSc)
  • Offshore Floating Systems (MSc)
  • Innovations in the oil and gas industry (Oil & Gas Innovation, MSc)
  • Operational management in engineering (Operations Management in Engineering, MSc)
  • Optical Technologies (MSc)
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis (MSc)
  • Product Design (MSc)
  • Prosthetics and Orthotics (MEng)
  • Ships and offshore structures (Ship & Offshore Structures, MSc)
  • Ships and marine technology (Ship & Offshore Technology, MSc)
  • Underwater and pipeline engineering (Subsea and Pipeline Engineering, MSc)
  • Supply chain and operational management (Supply Chain & Operations Management, MSc)
  • Sustainability and Environmental Studies (MSc)
  • Sustainable Engineering: Architecture and Ecology (MSc)
  • Sustainable Engineering: Advanced Construction and Knowledge Management (MSc)
  • Sustainable Engineering: Marine Technology (Sustainable Engineering: Marine Technology, MSc)
  • Sustainable engineering: renewable energy (Sustainable Engineering: Offshore Renewable Energy, MSc)
  • Sustainable Engineering: Renewable Energy and the Environment (MSc)
  • Management of engineering systems (Systems Engineering Management, MSc
  • Technical management of vessels (MSc)
  • Urban Design (MSc)
  • Wind energy systems (Wind Energy Systems, MSc).

The cost of the pre-Masters preparation programs:

  • Business & Social Sciences = 8,850 £ / year of study (2 semesters)
  • Direction Science and Engineering = 9,300 £ / year of study (2 semesters).
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PROGRAM OF PREPARATION FOR THE BACHELORATE (Undegraduate Foundation).

1. Age of participants: from 17 years

2. Duration of the programs: 3 semesters

3. Beginning of classes: September, January

4. English language level for participation in the programs: IELTS 5.0 (minimum 4.5 in the Letter section)

5. Level of education: Diploma of graduation.

The program is designed for foreign students who plan to enter the department of undergraduate studies at Strathclyde University. The program is necessary in order to bring academic knowledge and English language skills in line with the Scottish (and British) education system. To enter the program you must have a high school diploma with good marks and a certain level of English (if the level is lower than necessary, you can go through special courses). The programs last 3 semesters and can begin in September or January.

Education is conducted in 2 major directions, each of which contains several specializations:

1. Business and Social Studies:

  • Business
  • Social studies

2. Engineering and Science:

  • Biomedicine
  • Physics
  • Chemical and Technological Engineering
  • Chemistry
  • Calculations
  • Electronic and electrotechnical, computer and electronic systems.

The body of disciplines studied by students includes:

  • Classes in English. The lessons are aimed at comprehensive education in language and related academic skills (academic writing, effective reading, listening and systematization of information, colloquial speech for a clear and accurate presentation of your thoughts and ideas)
  • The main modules. Several subjects that are mandatory for all specializations of one direction. This includes general disciplines that give a fundamental basis for the direction studied
  • Thematic modules. Here we study subjects that are devoted to the chosen specialization. Supplement the main modules and disclose the topics for the chosen specialization.

Programs are taught in such a way that students not only receive the necessary knowledge, but also adapt to the way of life in Britain and university life. Upon successful completion of the program, graduates have the opportunity to enroll in the second course of the chosen bachelor's degree in the profile direction.

Areas of study and available bachelor's programs:

Direction "Business and Social Research".

The program of education in the direction of Business and Social Research:

1. Basic modules (mandatory for all directions):

  • Academic English
  • Business Law
  • Mathematics and Statistics

2. Modules for Direction Business:

  • Accounting
  • Economy (level 1 and level 2)
  • Finance

3. Modules for referral Social studies (two subjects are chosen):

  • Economy (Level 1 and 2)
  • Law (Level 1 and 2)
  • Policy (Level 1 and 2)
  • Psychology (level 1 and 2).

Bachelor's programs available after the direction of Business and Social Studies:

  • Accounting (BA, Hons)
  • Business Administration (BBA (Hons))
  • Business analysis and technology (BA (Hons))
  • Business Entrepreneurship (Business Enterprise, BA (Hons))
  • Business Law (Business Law, BA (Hons))
  • Business Law and Hospitality (Business Law & Hospitality & Tourism, BA (Hons))
  • Business Law and Human Resource Management (BA (Hons))
  • Business Law and Business Analysis and Technology (BA (Hons))
  • Business law and marketing (Business Law & Marketing, BA (Hons))
  • Economy (Economics, BA (Hons))
  • Economics and business enterprises (Economics & Business Enterprise, BA (Hons))
  • Economics and Business Law (Economics & Business Law, BA (Hons))
  • Economics and Business Analysis (Economics & Business Analysis & Technology, BA (Hons))
  • Economics and Finance (Economics & Finance, BA (Hons))
  • Economics and Human Resources Management (Economics & Human Resource Management, BA (Hons))
  • Economics and Management (BA (Hons))
  • Economics and Marketing (Economics & Marketing, BA (Hons))
  • Economics and Mathematics and Statistics (Economics & Maths & Statistics, BA (Hons))
  • Economics and Psychology (Economics & Psychology, BA (Hons))
  • Finance (Finance, BA (Hons))
  • Finance and business enterprises (Finance & Business Enterprise, BA (Hons))
  • Finance and Business Law (Finance & Business Law, BA (Hons))
  • Finance and business analytics and technology (Finance & Business Analysis & Technology, BA (Hons))
  • Finance and human resources management (Finance & Human Resource Management, BA (Hons))
  • Finance and Management (Finance & Management, BA (Hons))
  • Finance and Marketing (Finance & Marketing, BA (Hons))
  • Finance and Mathematics and Statistics (Finance & Maths & Statistics, BA (Hons))
  • Human Resource Management, BA (Hons)
  • Humanities and Social Sciences (BA (Hons))
  • Law and Economics (Law & Economics, BA (Hons))
  • Law and Politics (Law & Politics, BA (Hons))
  • Law and Psychology (Law & Psychology, BA (Hons))
  • English Law (English Law, LLB (Hons))
  • Management (Management, BA (Hons))
  • Marketing (Marketing, BA (Hons))
  • Philosophy, Politics and Economics (Philosophy, Politics and Economics, BA (Hons))
  • Politics and International Relations (BA (Hons))
  • Politics and Economics (Politics & Economics, BA (Hons))
  • Politics and Psychology (Politics & Psychology, BA (Hons))
  • Psychology (Psychology, BA (Hons))
  • Psychology and Economics (Psychology & Economics, BA (Hons))
  • Pathology of speech and language (Speech & Language Pathology, BSc (Hons))
  • Sport and Physical Activity (Sport & Physical Activity, BSc (Hons)).

Direction "Engineering and Science":

The program of education in the direction of Engineering and Science:

1. Basic modules (mandatory for all directions):

  • Academic English
  • Mathematics (Level 1 and 2)

2. Modules for Biomedicine Direction:

  • Biology (level 1 and 2)
  • Chemistry (Level 1 and 2)

3. Modules for the Direction Chemical and Technological Engineering:

  • Chemistry (level 1 and level 2)
  • Applied Mathematics (Level 1)
  • Applied Mathematics (Level 2) (optional)
  • Physics (level 1 and level 2) (optional)

4. Modules for Direction Chemistry:

5. Modules for Directions Calculations:

6. Modules for Direction Electronic and electrotechnical, computer and electronic systems:

  • Calculations (levels 1 and 2)
  • Physics (level 1 and 2)

7. Modules for the direction of physics and other sciences:

  • Applied Mathematics (Level 1 and 2)
  • Physics (level 1 and 2).

Bachelor's programs available after the direction of Engineering and Science:

  • Aero-Mechanical Engineering (BEng)
  • Applied Chemistry (Applied Chemistry, BSc (Hons))
  • Architectural Studies (BSc (Hons))
  • Biomedical Engineering (BEng (Hons))
  • Biomedicine (Biomedical Science, BSc (Hons))
  • Bimolecular Science (Biomolecular Sciences, BSc (Hons))
  • Biochemistry and immunology (Biochemistry and Immunology, BSc (Hons))
  • Biochemistry and microbiology (Biochemistry and Microbiology, BSc (Hons))
  • Biochemistry and Pharmacology (BSc (Hons))
  • Chemical Engineering (BEng (Hons))
  • Chemistry (Chemistry, BSc (Hons))
  • Chemistry and Drug Discovery (BSc (Hons))
  • Chemistry and Forensic Science (BSc (Hons))
  • Chemistry and Analytical Chemistry (Chemistry with Analytical Chemistry, BSc (Hons))
  • Civil Engineering (BEng (Hons))
  • Civil construction and the construction of the environment (Civil & Environmental Engineering, BEng (Hons))
  • Computer and electronic systems (Computer & Electronic Systems, BEng (Hons))
  • Computer Science (BSc (Hons))
  • Data Analytics (Data Analytics, BSc (Hons))
  • Electronic and Electrical Research (Electronic & Electrical Engineering, BEng (Hons))
  • Immunology and Microbiology (BSc (Hons))
  • Immunology and Pharmacology (BSc (Hons))
  • Mathematics (Mathematics, BSc (Hons))
  • Mathematics and Computer Science (BSc (Hons))
  • Mathematics and Physics (BSc (Hons))
  • Mechanical Engineering (BEng (Hons))
  • Mechanical Engineering and International Training (Mechanical Engineering with International Study, BEng (Hons))
  • Ship architecture and marine engineering (Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering, BEng (Hons))
  • Ship architecture with the engineering of the ocean (Naval Architecture with Ocean Engineering, BEng (Hons))
  • Pharmacy (Pharmacy, MPharm)
  • Physics (Physics, BSc (Hons))
  • Product Design (Product Design Engineering, BEng (Hons))
  • Product Design and Innovation (Product Design & Innovation, BSc (Hons))
  • Design and Management (Production Engineering & Management, BEng (Hons))
  • Prosthetics and Orthotics (BSc (Hons))
  • Software engineering (Software Engineering, BSc (Hons))
  • Sports Engineering (Sports Engineering, BEng (Hons)).

The cost of the undergraduate programs (Undegraduate Foundation):

  • Direction of Business and Social Studies = 13,050 £ / year of study (3 semesters)
  • Direction Engineering and Science = 15,320 £ / year of study (3 semesters).
Annual
17+
from 15 000 £ / year

PROGRAM International Year One BBA.

1. Age of participants: from 17 years

2. Duration of the programs: 3 semesters

3. Beginning of classes: September, January

4. English language level for participation in the programs: IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.5 in the Letter section)

5. Level of education: completed high school with good marks (minimum average score 4.0) or an additional year of education (for example, on educational programs).

The educational program is designed for foreign applicants (not British citizens and non-EU citizens) who want to enroll in the Bachelor of Business Administration program. "International Year" is a specially adapted first year of study, which includes a body of academic disciplines, English classes and programs to adapt to the education and life in Britain. The program lasts for 3 semesters.

Educational program:

  • Academic English. Development of academic language skills - critical reading, listening, literate and accurate presentation of their thoughts and ideas in written and oral form
  • Accounting and finance. Topics: financial data and financial management, evaluation of the organization's performance on the basis of financial data, and a comparative assessment of efficiency
  • Economy. Topics: theory of economics, economic instruments, external factors and ways to solve problems
  • Global business in context. Introductory module on the study of the international business environment for organizations. Themes: global business theories and tools, problems and possible solutions
  • Marketing in action. Topics: basic concepts and principles of marketing, the role and practice of marketing in a changing business environment
  • Mathematics for business and decision making. Topics: the use of mathematical methods for making business decisions; pricing, asset valuation, investment, and quality
  • People in organizations. Topics: processes and structures of the functioning of organizations; factors that affect the behavior of employees, theories of organizational behavior, the interaction of employees and organizations and  the interaction of employees with employees
  • Skills of personal growth, communication and career growth. Module for the development of the student's educational and personal qualities. The classes help students to better understand their capabilities and their preferred role in professional activities, and also help them to master effective employment and career development strategies.

In case of successful completion of the program, the student is enrolled in the second year of education at Strathclyde University, specializing in Bachelor of Business Administration.

Available undergraduate program after the International Year One BBA program:

  • Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA Business Administration).

The cost of the program International Year One BBA = 12,860 £ / year of study (3 semesters).

Annual
20+
from 11 500 £ / year

PREPARATION FOR MASTER (Pre-Masters).

1. Age of participants: from 20 years

2. Duration of the programs: 2 semesters

3. Beginning of classes: January, April

4. Knowledge of the English language: IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.5 in all sections)

5. Level of education for participation in the programs: bachelor's degree, graduated bachelor's degree (the direction of education must coincide or be adjacent to the direction of admission).

Pre-master's preparation is necessary for those foreign applicants who plan to enter the department of magistracy of the University of Strathclyde. To participate in the program you must have a bachelor's degree in the same or an adjacent direction. In case of non-compliance with the language requirements, applicants can first pass special English courses. The duration of the programs is 2 semesters.

Education is conducted in 2 major directions:

  • Business and Social Studies
  • Engineering and Science.

Both directions include a corps of academic disciplines devoted to the study of English, research skills for magistracy, theories and research methods in selected fields of knowledge and courses on personal / professional development and career growth. Students receive fundamental knowledge and significantly increase the level of knowledge and skills for education in the magistracy. After successful completion of the education, the graduates enter the department of magistracy of the University of Strathclyde in the chosen specialty.

Directions of preparation and available master's programs:

Direction "Business and Social Research".

Disciplines in Business and Social Studies:

  • English for Academic Purposes
  • Applied academic writing skills
  • Mathematics for Business and Social Studies
  • Methods of research in business and social studies
  • Research project in the field of business and social research
  • Statistics for business and social studies
  • Skills for growth, communication skills and employment skills.

Master programs available after the direction of Business and Social Studies:

  • Applied Economics (MSc)
  • Autism (Autism, MSc)
  • Business and Management (MBM), MSc)
  • Business Analytics and Consulting (MSc)
  • Business Translation and Interpreting (MSc / PG Dip)
  • Construction Law (LLM)
  • Criminal justice and Penal Change (LLM / MSc)
  • Digital Journalism (Digital Journalism, MLitt)
  • Data Analytics (MSc)
  • Economics and Finance (MSc)
  • Educational Studies (MSc)
  • Entrepreneurial Finance (MSc)
  • Entrepreneurial Management & Leadership (MSc)
  • Entrepreneurship, innovation and technology (Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology, MSc)
  • European Politics (MSc)
  • Finance (MSc)
  • Finance and Law (Finance and Law, MSc)
  • Finance and Management (MSc)
  • Financial Technology (MSc)
  • Global Energy Management (MSc)
  • Global Business Law (LLM)
  • Global sustainability of cities (Global Sustainable Cities, MSc)
  • Health History (MSc)
  • Historical Studies (MSc)
  • Human Resource Management (MSc)
  • Human Resources and International Management (MSc)
  • Human Rights Law (LLM)
  • Innovation and Marketing Management (MSc)
  • International Accounting (MSc)
  • International banking and finance (International Banking & Finance, MSc)
  • International Commercial Law (LLM)
  • International Human Resource Management (MSc)
  • International Law and Sustainable Development (LLM)
  • International Management (MSc)
  • International Management and Law (MSc)
  • International Marketing (MSc)
  • International Relations (MSc)
  • International relations, law and security (International Relations, Law and Security, MSc / LLM)
  • Internet Law and Policy (LLM)
  • Investment and Finance (Investment & Finance, MSc)
  • IT and Telecommunications Law (IT & Telecommunications Law, LLM)
  • Law (Law, LLM)
  • Law & Finance (Law & Finance, MSc)
  • Literature, culture and city (Literature, Culture & Place, MLitt)
  • Marketing (Marketing, MSc)
  • Media and Communication (Media & Communication, MLitt)
  • Mediation and Conflict Resolution (MSc)
  • Physical activity in the prevention and control of non-infectious diseases (MSc)
  • Politics (Politics, MSc)
  • Political Research (MSc)
  • Primary Education (PGDE)
  • Project Management and Innovation (MSc)
  • Public Policy (MSc)
  • Quantitative Finance (MSc)
  • Secondary Education (PGDE)
  • Social Policy (MSc)
  • Social policy (research methods) (Social Policy (Research Methods), MSc)
  • Social Work (MSc)
  • Tourism marketing management (MSc).

Direction "Engineering and Science".

The disciplines of Engineering and Science:

  • English
  • Applied writing skills
  • Mathematics for Engineering and Science
  • Methods of research in engineering and science
  • Research project in the fields of engineering and science
  • Statistics for engineering sciences and sciences
  • Personal development, development of communication and career skills.

Master's programs available after the direction of Engineering and Science:

  • Advanced Biochemistry (MSc)
  • Advanced architectural design (Advanced Architectural Design, March)
  • Advanced chemical and process engineering (Advanced Chemical & Process Engineering, MSc)
  • Advanced Computer Science (MSc)
  • Advanced Computer Science with Big Data (MSc)
  • Advanced Drug Delivery (MSc)
  • Advanced software engineering (Advanced Software Engineering, MSc)
  • Advanced Immunology (MSc)
  • Advanced Production: Technologies and Systems (Advanced Manufacture: Technology & Systems, MSc)
  • Advanced Mechanical Engineering (MSc)
  • Advanced Pharmacology (MSc)
  • Advanced Pharmaceutical Manufacturing (MSc)
  • Advanced Physics (Physics Advanced, MSc)
  • Applied Physics (MSc)
  • Applied Mathematical Sciences (MSc)
  • Applied Statistics in Health Sciences (MSc)
  • Architectural design in the preservation of cultural heritage (Architectural Design for the Conservation of Built Heritage, MSc)
  • Architectural Design (International) (Architectural Design (International), March)
  • Architecture and Ecology (Architecture & Ecology, March)
  • Autonomous Robotic Intelligent Systems (MSc)
  • The mechanics of biofluids (Biofluid Mechanics, MSc)
  • Biomedical Engineering (MSc)
  • Biomedical Sciences (MSc)
  • Cancer treatment (Cancer Therapies, MSc)
  • Civil Engineering (MSc)
  • Civil Engineering with Industrial Placement (MSc)
  • Communication, Control and Digital Signals (Communications, Control & Digital Signal Processing, MSc)
  • Designing / designing with advanced product development / sustainability (Design Engineering / Design Engineering with Advanced Product Development / Sustainability, MEng)
  • Digital Manufacturing (MSc)
  • Advanced Electrical Power Engineering (Electrical Power Engineering Advanced, MSc)
  • Electric Power and Business (MSc)
  • Electronic and Electrical Engineering (Electronic & Electrical Engineering, MSc)
  • Engineering Management for Process Excellence (MSc)
  • Enterprise information systems (Enterprise Information Systems, MSc)
  • Environmental Engineering (MSc)
  • Environmental Entrepreneurship (MSc)
  • Environmental Health Sciences (MSc)
  • Forensic Science (MSc)
  • Global Innovative Design (MSc)
  • Global Innovation Management (MSc)
  • 5G advanced communications (5G Advanced Communications, MSc)
  • Hydrogeology (Hydrogeology, MSc)
  • Hydrology through flexible training (Hydrogeology via Flexible Learning, MSc)
  • Industrial Photonics (MSc)
  • Information and Library Studies (MSc)
  • Information Management (MSc)
  • Marine Engineering (MSc)
  • Mechatronics and Automation (Mechatronics & Automation, MSc)
  • Medical devices (Medical Devices, MSc)
  • Medical Chemistry (Medicinal Chemistry, MSc)
  • Molecular Biology (Molecular Microbiology, MSc)
  • Nano-science (Nanoscience, MSc)
  • Offshore Floating Systems (MSc)
  • Innovations in the oil and gas industry (Oil & Gas Innovation, MSc)
  • Operational management in engineering (Operations Management in Engineering, MSc)
  • Optical Technologies (MSc)
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis (MSc)
  • Product Design (MSc)
  • Prosthetics and Orthotics (MEng)
  • Ships and offshore structures (Ship & Offshore Structures, MSc)
  • Ships and marine technology (Ship & Offshore Technology, MSc)
  • Underwater and pipeline engineering (Subsea and Pipeline Engineering, MSc)
  • Supply chain and operational management (Supply Chain & Operations Management, MSc)
  • Sustainability and Environmental Studies (MSc)
  • Sustainable Engineering: Architecture and Ecology (MSc)
  • Sustainable Engineering: Advanced Construction and Knowledge Management (MSc)
  • Sustainable Engineering: Marine Technology (Sustainable Engineering: Marine Technology, MSc)
  • Sustainable engineering: renewable energy (Sustainable Engineering: Offshore Renewable Energy, MSc)
  • Sustainable Engineering: Renewable Energy and the Environment (MSc)
  • Management of engineering systems (Systems Engineering Management, MSc
  • Technical management of vessels (MSc)
  • Urban Design (MSc)
  • Wind energy systems (Wind Energy Systems, MSc).

The cost of the pre-Masters preparation programs:

  • Business & Social Sciences = 8,850 £ / year of study (2 semesters)
  • Direction Science and Engineering = 9,300 £ / year of study (2 semesters).
Annual
17+
from 4 600 £ / semester

PROGRAMS OF STUDYING ENGLISH LANGUAGE (English Courses).

The University offers two special language educational programs aimed at improving the level of the language:

  • Preparatory English courses (for applicants who wish to enter the preparation for undergraduate and international year)
  • English for pre-master programs (for applicants pre-master programs).

The programs include intensive English classes in the main sections of linguistics:

  • Grammar and vocabulary
  • Speaking
  • Written speech
  • Listening.

The courses are especially focused on academic skills related to fundamental research, such as:

  • Critical reading and extensive reading skills
  • Literate and accurate written language
  • Clear and correct presentation of your ideas and thoughts
  • Effective presentation and debate skills.

Upon successful completion of the courses, students raise the level of the language to the required level and enter the selected educational programs.

English Language Preparation (ELP):

1. Age of participants: from 17 years

2. Duration: 1 or 2 semesters

3. Classes start in September, March or June

4. Level of language proficiency for participation:

  • for 2-semester programs: IELTS 4.0 (minimum 4.0 in each of the sections)
  • for the semester program: IELTS 4.5 (minimum 5.0 in each of the sections).

English for pre-master's programs (English for Pre-Master's (EPM)):

1. Age of participants: from 20 years

2. Duration: 1 or 2 semesters

3. Classes start in September, March or June

4. Level of language proficiency for participation:

  • for 2-semester programs: IELTS 4.5 (at least 4.5 in each of the sections)
  • for the semester program: IELTS 5.0 (minimum 5.0 for all sections).

The cost of the English language courses:

  • English Language Preparation (ELP) = 4,430 £ / semester
  • English for pre-master programs (English for Pre-Masters (EPM)) = 4,566 £ / semester.
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