Subject to appropriate choice of options, completion of the MSc Transport programme is accredited by the Institution of Civil Engineers as meeting the regulations of the Engineering Council's scheme for enabling graduates who do not hold an accredited Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering to be considered for corporate membership and registration.
Successful completion of the MSc Transport programme also meets the academic requirements for corporate membership of the Institute of Logistics and Transport.
What is the structure of this degree?
Students on the MSc Transport must undertake six core modules in the Autumn Term and three further
modules, from those running, in the Spring Term. Students undertaking the MSc with Business Management
or Sustainable Development take four transport modules in autumn and two transport modules in the Spring
Term, along with the shorter modules in their chosen pathway.
All students undertake an independent research project which culminates in a dissertation.
For full information on the MSc Transport structure, visit the Imperial College MSc Transport website.
|What are my career prospects after this degree?
|Transport graduates find employment with transport operators, consultancies, and local and central governments in various countries and supranational organisations. Many graduates are employed by companies involved in the manufacture of instrumentation and in companies specialising in software and other services for the engineering industry.
|For more information on fees, funding, applications and entry, visit the Imperial College London website - applications for this Masters course must be submitted to Imperial College London. ||