Applied Instrumentation and ControlGlasgow Caledonian University
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Rank: 75 (UKEAS)
Location: Glasgow Caledonian University
Study mode full-time
Start Date: 2021/09/28
Duration: 12 months
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Glasgow Caledonian University evaluation:
21.4 : 1
We worked with industry professionals to develop an MSc Applied Instrument and Control programme that is accredited by the Institute of Measurement and Control (InstMC). It covers both the latest developments in the field and the industry knowledge we've gained through years of experience.The programme draws on relevant case studies with real-world implications, so you'll gain practical knowledge that you can apply on the job from day one.The programme also fulfils the Engineering Council's further learning requirements for registration as a Chartered Engineer.Gain a solid foundation in measurement science and control theoryPractise data acquisition and instrument networkingStudy analysis of systems for condition monitoringInvestigate fault detection and control system design
UK honours degree 2:2 (or equivalent) in a relevant engineering or physical science discipline with a strong electrical, electronic or physics element. Distance-Learning applicants must include a detailed copy of their CV.
IELTS (Academic): 6.0
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Caley rates as the second best university in the UK for its international student satisfaction levels. A large part of this is due to the level of international student support on offer as well as the quality of lifestyle on offer. the International Support Team are available to assist with matters such as immigration and visas as well as daily living matters such as making the most of their time in the UK, working between studies and bringing a family to Scotland while they study. The service is based within the Saltire Centre in the main campus area of the university. Student life outside the classroom centres around the Students Union, itself an independent charity that represents the students, provides support and advice and organises the extracurricular activities. All students are automatically members. There is also a free law clinic within the university that assists students with legal advice and assistance particularly in matters such as housing, employment and contract law. The union runs a large selection of clubs and societies for students to get involved with. There are some 60 different societies ranging from culture and faith groups to hobby and interest societies. There are also volunteering and charity work opportunities for those seeking to give something back to the wider community. In addition, there are some 35 sports club including traditional and modern sports.