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MSc in Manufacturing Systems Engineering (MSE)

Duration: Full-time: 1 year, Part-time: 3 years

Min. entry requirements: Second Class undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in the Sciences, Engineering, Business or a relevant subject

English Language: IELTS 6.5, Band A

This course combines value creation with strategic development in a manufacturing environment, providing you with up-to-date knowledge of manufacturing techniques and processes.

You’ll develop an understanding of the concepts of manufacturing engineering systems as well as the skills to analyse, design and implement these systems in practice. You’ll also gain experience in the application of technology and of quality tools and techniques in order to improve operations and develop skills in strategic and operational management. Modules include: Industrial Engineering; Manufacturing Process Technology; Operations Strategy for Industry; Problemsolving with Statistics; Quality, Reliability and Maintenance; Project Planning, Management and Control; Logistics and Operations Management; and additional technical electives (such as Automation and Robotics; Machining Technology; Advanced Materials and Processes; Digital Design Collaboration; or The Virtual Factory).

Our graduate career destinations include roles in the automotive, financial, energy and materials industries, at companies ranging from Jaguar Land Rover and ING Bank Turkey to Colgate Palmolive, AWE and Aruna Alloy Steels.

Student profile, Shashank Sriram, MSE Graduate 2012-2013

shashank_sriram.jpg"The university doesn’t work in academic isolation, but is highly active in industry. The university works with companies like Jaguar Land Rover and Tata to research and develop new technologies. That approach was a huge attraction."


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Entry Requirements

Supply Chain & Logistics Management,
International Technology Management,
Engineering Business Management,
Management for Business Excellence,
e-Business Management, Healthcare Operational Management, Sustainable Automotive Engineering and
Manufacturing Systems Engineering.

2:ii undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in the Sciences, Engineering, Business or a relevant subject

Programme and Project Management and
Service Management and Design

2:ii undergraduate degree or equivalent

Cyber security and Management

2:ii undergraduate degree (or equivalent). Suited to IT and Computer Science graduates, or those with a background in other numerate disciplines

Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IAE)

2:ii undergraduate degree (or equivalent). All academic backgrounds are eligible; selection is made on the basis of entrepreneurial flair

English Language Requirements

Band A, IELTS 6.5

Application

All applications should be made online at www.warwick.ac.uk/go/pgapply

Please only apply for ONE of our courses; do not submit multiple applications to WMG. Once accepted onto one MSc course, you can request to switch, although restrictions apply.

Application Deadline

Full-time: Applications are welcomed throughout the year from November and we advise applicants to apply as early as possible. For WMG MSc courses applications will continue to be accepted until 31 August. Scholarships will be awarded at the end of June.

Part-time and Overseas: On-going enrolment throughout the year

Tuition Fees
(2016/17 rate)

Full-time
Home/EU: £12,200
Overseas: £22,340

Please note: These are the standard course fees. Check the fees page for a list of courses with non-standard fees.

Part-time
For information on part time courses fees, please visit the part-time and professional course pages

Funding

Details of funding opportunities are available via the Graduate School.