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Industrial Engineering and Entrepreneurship MSc

Industrial Engineering and Entrepreneurship MSc

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Study mode

Full time


12 months

Start date


Key information

Qualification type

MSc - Master of Science

Subject areas

Entrepreneurship Industrial Engineering

Course type


Course Summary

This Master's will develop your skill, knowledge, and technical understanding of industry-focused engineering. It combines advanced mechanical engineering topics with applied entrepreneurship. It also includes a 12-week industry placement.

You'll study advanced robotics, learning about multi-modal sensor integration and human-robot interactions. You'll also study advanced manufacturing, investigating modern and smart manufacturing technologies.

Alongside the engineering modules, you'll gain knowledge of entrepreneurship in a global context. You'll gain a strong understanding of the key components of a business start-up. This includes how to start a business, people management, and innovative project development.

Our research and teaching collaborations include a partnership with CERN (large hadron collider). This provides opportunities for industrial placements, PhDs and graduate positions.

Industry placement

During your studies, you will undertake an industry project for at least 12 weeks. You'll gain practical, relevant experience and make valuable contacts in industry.

While on placement, you'll have the support and guidance of our academic staff.


We worked closely with industry experts to produce graduates with the skills to meet industry standards and requirements, along with the engineering and business nature of the course. You can expect to find work in a wide range of positions.


Advanced Manufacturing (ME52005) (20 Credits) - Core
Engineering Project and Report (Industrial Placement) (ME53001) (60 Credits) - Core
Moving Up to Business (BU51033) (20 Credits) - Core

Tuition fees

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Entry requirements

You should have, or expect to have, a first degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Applied Physics or equivalent. You are expected to have achieved a 2:2 honours degree, or an equivalent standard. Relevant work experience is also considered, when a 2:2 degree is not achieved.