Bangor University - School of Chemistry
The objective of the programme is to produce skilled postgraduates who can act in the increasingly wide research area of chemistry. The taught element encompasses subject specific critical evaluation of scientific literature, writing and presentational skills as well as project planning and advanced lab skills (60 credits).
MA / PGDip
Heriot-Watt University - School of Textiles and Design
The Fashion and Textile Masters Programme challenges contemporary fashion and textiles through interdisciplinary collaborations to foster innovation and educate confident professionals with an in-depth understanding of creative processes and their management. It provides students of design, innovation and management with the knowledge, skills and competencies to meet the diverse demands of these dynamic global industries.Staff expertise covers the full spectrum of fashion and textiles from context to management, design to manufacture, technology to creativity, practice to theory.
MSc / PGDip / PGCert
The Advanced Engineering Materials programme provides you with an in-depth understanding of the key factors that govern the design and selection of materials for use in advanced engineering applications, as well as their processing, properties and stability. The course has direct relevance to the automotive and aerospace industries and encompasses materials ranging from composites and foams, for light weight structures, to advanced metallic alloys and engineering ceramics.
MSc / PGDip / PGCert
The masters course in Polymer Materials Science and Engineering, offered in partnership with the School of Chemistry, is multi-disciplinary: it provides Chemists, Materials Scientists and Engineers with a rich understanding of both traditional commodity plastics and speciality polymers with increasing applications in the biomedical and pharmaceutical fields, and in electronics and nanotechnology. The full range of issues, from fundamental polymer science, through polymer processing, to manufacturing are all covered.Programme content and delivery:You can choose to study for a postgraduate qualification ( MSc, PG Diploma, PG Certificate ) or you can choose individual units as part of your Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
Primarily vocational and practical, the course caters for those with career interests in contemporary fashion design.The course focuses on your ability to develop a personal creative style, design methods and a professional approach to fashion design. Throughout the course you are encouraged to undertake relevant career planning and research.
University of Huddersfield - Department of Design
This course encourages interaction, cross-disciplinary enquiry and applied creativity within contemporary art and design practice. It seeks to question and propose innovative viewpoints associated with contemporary textile practice.A holistic approach to critical enquiry and textile practice is encouraged.
University of Bristol - Faculty of Engineering
The MSc programme in Advanced Composites offers a world class education in which you will acquire an in-depth theoretical understanding and practical/industrial knowledge of advanced composite materials. The MSc in Advanced Composites is based in the Advanced Composites Centre for Innovation and Science (ACCIS), a world leading centre in composites design, manufacturing and analysis.Course StructureIndustrially focused:Composite Design & ManufactureAdvanced Composites AnalysisNumerical Modelling of CompositesElements of Polymer CompositesResearch oriented:Smart MaterialsNano EngineeringNature's MaterialsOptional courses:Smart StructuresUltrasonics & AcousticsStructural Engineering 4Advanced Techniques in Multi-Disciplinary DesignNonlinear Behaviour of MaterialsNumerical Methods for solving PDEsMultivariable CalculusFailure of MaterialsAmongst our many Industrial Collaborators, are Rolls-Royce, Airbus, Vestas, National Composite Centre, BAE systems, GE Aviation, and many more.
MA / MSc
Nottingham Trent University - School of Art and Design
This technology-driven postgraduate course combines creative design with an in-depth understanding of new textile materials, Smart products and technological skills.This technology-driven course combines creative design with an in-depth understanding of new textile materials, Smart products and technological skills. It's ideal if you have existing traditional skills, such as flat-bed knitting and design development, and you're interested in the rapidly developing area of technical textile development.
University of Glasgow - School of Physics and Astronomy
This MSc draws upon a wide range of advanced Masters-level courses. You will have the flexibility to tailor your choice of optional lecture courses and project work to a wide variety of specific research topics and their applications in the area of advanced materials.You will attend lectures, seminars and tutorials and take part in lab, project and team work.Core courses include?Solid state physics?Problem-solving workshop?Research skills?Advanced data analysis?Extended project.Optional courses include?Semiconductor physics?Statistical mechanics?Detectors and imaging ?Basic transmission electron microscopy?Advanced physics laboratory.
University of Glasgow - College of Science and Engineering
The College of Science and Engineering is proud to announce that we have been allocated Scottish Funding Council funding for the MSc Nanoscience and Nanotechnology* programme, available for the September 2013 intake. * Science graduates may apply for this programme.This funding is for tuition fees only and is available to Scottish and EU students, providing students with an excellent opportunity to gain additional skills and expertise at a postgraduate level, with programmes being selected on the basis of industry skills gaps in Scotland.We encourage applicants to apply by 31st May 2013 in the first instance.For further information on our SFC funded programmes, please visit our website.?This MSc caters to a growing demand for scientists and engineers who can fabricate systems of sensors, actuators, functional materials and who can integrate electronics at the micro and nano scale. As a graduate you will also possess the necessary insights in nanoscience to develop new products using these skills.?You will benefit from access to the James Watt Nanofabrication Centre (JWNC) cleanrooms and the Kelvin Nanocharacterisation Centre.
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