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Requirements for postgraduate students

Requirements for postgraduate students

Please find details of our entry requirements below. This information can also be found on the course pages of the Graduate Admissions Website, along with further information about the content of each programme and how to apply.?

If you have not completed your studies in the UK please refer to our international equivalencies page for further information regarding?whether your qualification meets the entry criteria.?

MPhil Courses

Course Academic Entry Criteria Other requirements
MPhil in Energy Technologies Applicants for this course should have achieved a First Class Honours?Degree or equivalent.? A wide range of graduates are encouraged to apply, including chemical, civil, or environmental engineers. Physics and chemistry graduates are also encouraged, while electrical engineers who want to learn more about the thermo-fluid aspects of energy technologies can also apply.?
MPhil in Engineering for Sustainable Development Applicants for this course should have achieved a UK?II.i Honours Degree or equivalent.? The course is a professional practice programme designed for students preferably from an engineering background, and with some postgraduate work experience in the engineering industry. Students on the programme will have well-developed technical skills in engineering, science or other quantitative disciplines.
MPhil in Industrial Systems Manufacture and Management Applicants for this course should have achieved a UK?II.i Honours Degree or equivalent. Successful applicants will be numerate, and are likely to have a background in engineering, technology, science or mathematics. Relevant working experience, usually in the form of internships, is required.
MPhil in Machine Learning and Machine Intelligence Applicants for this course should have achieved a UK?First class Honours Degree or equivalent. Students will be expected to have well-developed technical skills in engineering or a related technical area, in mathematics, and in computing.
MPhil in Nuclear Energy Applicants for this course should have achieved a UK?II.i Honours Degree or equivalent. This course has been designed for top engineers and scientists with some post-degree experience, not necessarily in the nuclear industry, or new graduates who want to equip themselves with the knowledge and the skills to build a career in nuclear energy. Applicants should have well-developed technical skills and a good degree in engineering or a related science subject (such as physics, chemistry or materials science).

Research Courses

Course Academic Entry Criteria Other requirements
PhD in Engineering (full and part time) Applicants for this course should have achieved a UK?High II.i Honours Degree or equivalent. Successful applicants will have a background in engineering, science or a related subject.
MPhil in Engineering Applicants for this course should have achieved a UK?II.i Honours Degree or equivalent. Applicants should have a background in engineering, science, or a related subject.

Note: Students currently undertaking a taught Master's degree at Cambridge must achieve a mark of 70 per cent to be allowed to continue to the PhD degree. Students currently studying for a Master's degree by research must satisfy their examiners that they are capable of continuing to the PhD degree.

MRes?Courses

Course Academic Entry Criteria Other requirements
MRes in Connected Electronic and Photonic Systems Applicants for this course should have achieved a UK?II.i Honours Degree or equivalent. Applications are invited from outstanding graduates in a relevant?science?(physics, mathematics, natural sciences, geology and geographical science, social sciences, materials science etc) or in?engineering?(chemical, civil, electronic and electrical, mechanical etc). Applicants with other relevant qualifications or extensive relevant industry experience who can show evidence of scientific and engineering research capability may also apply.
MRes?in Future Infrastructure and Built Environment Applicants for this course should have achieved a UK?II.i Honours Degree or equivalent. Successful applicants require high-level technical engineering skills. Candidates are likely to have a background in any relevant engineering discipline (including civil, mechanical, chemical, manufacturing, electrical and information), or in any relevant scientific discipline (including materials science, earth science, and computer science), or in other relevant disciplines such as architecture, project management, and other cognate fields. Industrial experience is helpful but not necessary.
MRes in Future Propulsion and Power Applicants for this course should have achieved a UK?II.i Honours Degree or equivalent. Students on the programme are expected to have developed technical skills in aspects of fluid mechanics and thermodynamics during their first degree.

MSt Courses

Course Academic Entry Criteria Other Requirements
MSt in Construction Engineering Applicants for this course should have achieved a UK?II.i Honours Degree or equivalent.

A construction-related degree is preferable.

It is highly recommended that application have several years' professional experience, preferably in a construction or infrastructure-related field.

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