- A good Upper Second or First Class Degree result (or International equivalent), in engineering or another numerate discipline, or Masters level degree qualification.
- Good mathematical skills.
- Relevant Postgraduate industrial experience is favoured.
Months of entry
Established in 1978, to provide training in the design, analysis and assessment of steel and composite (steel/concrete) structures, the course is designed to cover theoretical background and design considerations, and includes project work on structural forms of current industrial interest.
The course has evolved to incorporate Eurocodes, durability/repair of structural concrete and structural dynamics. It is ideally suited to practising engineers with relevant experience as well as recent graduates with an appropriate first degree.
Information for international students
Applicants for whom English is not their first language will be required to present an English language qualification, passed at the appropriate level. Learn more at the English language requirements page.
Qualification and course duration
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