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BRUNEL UNIVERSITY | Uxbridge, United Kingdom

This course offers a dynamic programme to equip graduates for creative roles in the digital branding industry – at executive, strategic and managerial levels.

A unique blend of digital design and technology in the context of branding, this MSc aims to fill a gap, by developing your knowledge and practical experience of both digital design and branding concepts.

You will also gain a deep understanding of digital media technologies and research methods, and complete a dissertation that involves the full design cycle.

  • A 2:2 (or above) UK Honours degree, or equivalent internationally recognised qualification, in design; computer engineering; IT.
  • Other related subjects with evidence of design experience (minimum 3 years) will be considered on an individual basis.

 

 

Entry criteria are subject to review and change each academic year.

Digital media and the internet are having a big impact in the way brands behave, interact and speak.

As these technologies continue to develop in terms of functionality, availability and speed, even greater opportunities will arise for those individuals who are able to combine traditional marketing insight with a true understanding of digital media, capturing these benefits and articulating them at both an academic and vocational level.

Duration
1 year
Housing :
£ 5000.00 Yearly
Tuition :
£ 18000.00
Delivery:
Onsite
Scholarship:
No
Level :
Masters

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY | Uxbridge, United Kingdom

This Military History MA offers an in-depth study of warfare on land, sea and air across a range of periods and continents, from the Classical Age to the present.

The core modules on the course examine:

  • the Royal Navy in the twentieth century.
  • warfare in ancient and medieval times.
  • the impact of the French and Industrial Revolutions on warfare in the age of 'total war'.

Optional modules give students the opportunity to study the Second World War, and, additionally, the programme draws on Brunel’s expertise in intelligence studies. Students have the chance to take an optional module in this area with Brunel's Centre for Intelligence and Security Studies (BCISS).

Students will also complete a 15,000 dissertation on any military history topic, drawing on the wide expertise of staff in the department.

Varies on the country.

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The MA consists of both compulsory and optional modules, a typical selection can be found below. Modules can vary from year to year, but these offer a good idea of what we teach.

Compulsory

Dissertation

War in History, 1789 to present

Includes: Limited war and the period before 1789; the French revolution and the birth of the modern style of warfare; the impact of the industrial revolution on warfare; Jomini and Clausewitz; the idea of 'absolute war'; warfare in the 19th century: on the road to 'total war'; the First World War; changes in warfare in the inter-war period: Blitzkrieg and 'deep battle'; the Second World War; the nature of warfare after 1945; Korea, Vietnam and the Arab-Israeli conflicts; counter-insurgency; low-intensity conflicts; warfare in the 21st Century.

The Royal Navy in the Twentieth Century

examines a turbulent period in British naval history. At the start of the twentieth century The Royal Navy was the largest and most powerful maritime power projection force in the world, with more ships and more bases than any other. However, it faced dangerous enemies. Initially focused on the ‘traditional’ threat posed by France and Russia, it soon had to adjust to the menace of a rising and hegemonic Germany. Subsequently, it would also find itself facing the resurgent might of Italy and Japan. As such, the Royal Navy faced the need to be everywhere and combat everyone, a daunting proposition in overstretch. The need to win out in several arms races, to fight two global wars and then prepare to face the prospect of a third posed challenges in the military, economic, social, technological, geographical and ideological realms. How the British state and its navy addressed and surmounted these challenges is a matter of considerable dispute among historians. This module will navigate these debates and in so doing chart the rise and decline of British sea power.

European Warfare in the Age of Muscle.

introduces students to the study of European warfare from the Classical era to the age of gunpowder in an historical and social context and it will provide them with a critical introduction to the impact of warfare on politics and society in Europe from ancient times to 1453. It will introduce the methods of historical research as applied to military studies and will also achieve the following: introduce students to applied problems in military planning and operations via ancient examples; teach students to develop a practical insight into why certain operations succeed and fail; illuminate significant areas of military operational, logistical, and intelligence activities in order to arrive at an objective and neutral evaluation of the possibilities, limitations and perils of warfare.

Optional

Intelligence History: Failure and Success

takes students through the history of the practice of intelligence from "Plato to NATO", or ancient times to the modern days, linking political, social and technological factors into a greater understanding of the profession. The second term is largely student-led, individual students presenting case studies, improving their own historical understanding while developing their skills at formal presentations in front of critical audiences.

The Second World War

explores the military, political and socio-economic events and developments of the Second World War; focuses on the historiography and cultural significance of the war up to the present day; and adopts an "international history" approach by building its analysis around the interaction of states and peoples in this global conflict. Seminar discussions will focus around the interpretation of various controversial aspects of the Second World War.

War and the Military in Modern African History

explores the role of warfare and the military in the course of modern Africa’s history, with a focus on sub-Saharan Africa. The module will combine broad themes as well as specific case studies, and it will explore the ways in which violence and conflict have influenced economy, society and polity in the modern era. The module aims to encourage students to consider the enduring imagery and stereotyping around African warfare in the West, and to think of warfare in constructive as well as destructive terms. Key topics for study will include the growth of identities based on violence and militarism, for example the development of the Zulu state; the relationship between military and political administration; the economics of African war; anti-colonial insurgency and guerrilla wars of the late twentieth century, and recent developments in ‘warlordism’, interstate and proxy conflict.

International Security

this module will introduce you to the changing nature of war, conflict and insecurity. In the first semester you will critically analyse traditional and contemporary Theories in Security Studies. In the second semester, you will be asked to systematically apply these theories to major security issues and policies, such as the arms trade and proliferation, ethnic conflict and humanitarian interventions, pandemics and biopolitics.

Duration
1
Housing :
£ 5000.00 Yearly
Tuition :
£ 16850.00
Delivery:
Onsite
Scholarship:
No
Level :
Masters

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY | Uxbridge, United Kingdom

About the course

Renewable energy is an essential and vital resource for the world’s future, and future there is an urgent need for engineers capable of solving the industry’s complex challenges in this field.

Studying Renewable Energy Engineering at Brunel provides graduates with the knowledge and skills to make a strategic real-world impact in the resolution of the world’s energy problems.

Graduates from Brunel’s MSc in Renewable Energy Engineering will develop:

  • The versatility and depth to deal with new, demanding and unusual challenges across a range of renewable energy issues, drawing on an understanding of all aspects of renewable energy principles including economic assessment.
  • The imagination, initiative and creativity to enable them to follow a successful engineering career with national and international companies and organisations.
  • Specialist knowledge and transferable skills for successful careers including, where appropriate, progression to Chartered Engineer status.

 

Aims

Huge business incentives, markets and a wide variety of employment opportunities throughout the world are expected with the development of renewable energy resources as a substitute for fossil fuel technology.

The purpose of the MSc programme is to help meet this demand by cultivating qualified and skilled professionals with specialist knowledge in relevant technologies within the renewable energy sector.

The primary aim is to create Master’s degree graduates with qualities and transferable skills ready for demanding employment in the renewable energy sector. These graduates will have the independent learning ability required for continuing professional development and acquiring new skills at the highest level, and the programme also establishes a strong foundation for those who expect to continue onto a PhD or industrial research and development.

Initial programme learning outcomes

The programme will provide opportunities for students to develop and demonstrate knowledge and understanding, qualities, skills and other attributes in the following areas:

Knowledge and understanding of:

  1. The principles and environmental impact of renewable energy technologies, including solar (thermal and electricity), wind, tidal, wave and hydro, geothermal, biomass and hydrogen.
  2. The principles of energy conversion and appropriate thermodynamic machines.
  3. The heat and mass transfer processes that relate to energy systems and equipment.
  4. The principles, objectives, regulation, computational methods, economic procedures, emissions trading, operation and economic impact of energy systems.
  5. The diversity of renewable energy system interactions and how they can be integrated into actual energy control systems and industrial processes.

At the cognitive thinking level, students will be able to:

  1. Select, use and evaluate appropriate investigative techniques.
  2. Assemble and critically analyse relevant primary and secondary data.
  3. Recognise and assess the problems and critically evaluate solutions to challenges in managing renewable energy projects.
  4. Evaluate the environmental and financial sustainability of current and potential renewable energy activities
  5. Develop a thesis by establishing the basic principles and following a coherent argument.

In terms of practical, professional and transferable skills, students will be able to:

  1. Define and organise a substantial advanced investigation.
  2. Select and employ appropriate advanced research methods.
  3. Organise technical information into a concise, coherent document.
  4. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
  5. Design and select renewable energy equipment and systems based on specific requirements/conditions.
  6. Work as part of, and lead, a team.

Varies depending on country.

Please check the course page on Brunel's website for further information.

Duration
1
Housing :
£ 5000.00 Yearly
Tuition :
£ 1800.00
Delivery:
Onsite
Scholarship:
No
Level :
Masters

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY | Uxbridge, United Kingdom

Research students are welcomed to Brunel as valued members of our thriving, research-intensive community. A research degree provides the opportunity to investigate a topic in depth, and contribute new knowledge to your discipline. A PhD involves demonstrating through original research or other advanced scholarship the creation and interpretation of new knowledge, a systematic acquisition and understanding of a substantial body of knowledge at the forefront of an academic discipline or professional practice, the ability to conceptualise, design and implement a project for the general of new knowledge, applications or understanding at the forefront of the discipline. Both full-time (3 years) and part-time (6 years) study routes are available.

MPhil degree option
An MPhil involves the exploration of a research topic and is typically studied over a shorter period of 1 year for a full-time student and 2 years for a part-time student. MPhil students are required to demonstrate a systematic understanding of knowledge and a critical awareness of current problems and/or new insights informed by the forefront of their discipline, field of study or professional practice.

Research profile
Considering the expertise and track record of the Department staff, the following areas have been identified as the main research strengths within the Department of Mathematics:

  • Applied Mathematical Analysis
  • Computational Mathematics
  • Continuum Mechanics and Waves
  • Discrete Mathematics and Combinatorics
  • Financial Mathematics and Risk Analysis
  • Geometry
  • Mathematical Physics
  • Operational Research
  • Probability, Statistics and Data Analytics 

Varies on the country.

Please, visit our website. 

Research groups

Research centres

Mathematics sits within the College of Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences. Brunel has three academic Colleges that are all research active. They deliver world-class teaching and conduct specialised research, offering students a wealth of opportunities. 

Potential research projects  

PhD/MPhil applications are invited in the following areas:

  • Applied Mathematical Analysis
  • Combinatorics
  • Computational Mathematics
  • Continuum Mechanics and Wave Scattering
  • Financial Mathematics
  • Mathematical Physics
  • Operational Research
  • Statistics
Duration
3
Housing :
£ 5000.00 Yearly
Tuition :
£ 16200.00
Delivery:
Onsite
Scholarship:
No
Level :
Phd

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY | Uxbridge, United Kingdom

This exciting new programme explores developments in cloud based and mobile commerce that are changing the way businesses will operate in the future. The Business Intelligence and Social Media MSc draws together technology and business perspectives in order to understand the implications for social-media enabled business.


The course helps students prepare for a career in business and management within and beyond the IT sector by gaining technical skills and an appreciation of the crucial role social web technologies play in today’s organisations and their ability to transform business processes.

Aims

  • You will develop sound knowledge and understanding of new-media related business practices and transferable skills designed to meet the challenges of employment within the global economy.
  • You will gain understanding of the importance of information and mass communications technologies to the operations of modern businesses of all kinds.
  • You will be encouraged to reflect on the relevance of concepts to business and apply your newly developed skills in advance studies or professional practice. Successful graduates of the course progress to leadership and decision making roles in industrial organisations or develop successful consultancy and advisory businesses of their own.
  • Practitioners seeking a more commercially relevant and technology oriented master’s qualification in the area of new business technologies rather than an MBA find this course of interest.

Varies depending on country.

Please check the course page on Brunel's website for further information.

Duration
1-year full-time (September start); 15 months full-time (January start)
Housing :
£ 5000.00 Yearly
Tuition :
£ 16200.00
Delivery:
Onsite
Scholarship:
No
Level :
Masters

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY | Uxbridge, United Kingdom

This flexible degree enables students to carry out critical analysis of some of society’s most powerful media: literature, film and television.

  • You will explore the ways in which film and television relate to history, culture and identity, in addition to studying major areas of English literature.
  • You will develop an informed understanding of current debates in both these fields and are encouraged to explore your own ideas and interests.

Film and Television Studies

From Hong Kong cinema to Hollywood and from Science Fiction to Documentary, Film and TV Studies at Brunel examines a wide range of recent and contemporary productions for both the big and small screen. The course offers many innovative, exciting and distinctive modules, taught by a team of enthusiastic staff.

Individual modules focus on both mainstream and alternative practices, the latter including American Independent Cinema and Alternative Film and Video Practices. Popular genres such as Horror and Comedy are studied alongside, and informed by, more theoretically oriented material.

Limited opportunities will be available for practical work, significantly less so than is the case for Single Honour students.

English

This degree provides you with a varied, challenging, and enjoyable programme. You will engage in in-depth study of the major areas of English literature from the Renaissance to the most recent publications in poetry, fiction and drama, whilst developing an informed understanding of current debates in the subject. You will explore literature by looking at its structures and forms as well as the varying contexts in which it is produced and read.

Varies on the country.

Please, check our website.

Film and Television Studies

  • You will study film and television texts from a range of disciplinary and interdisciplinary perspectives.
  • You will develop the critical and technological vocabularies and theoretical frameworks with which to conduct close textual and contextual analysis.

English

  • The degree is designed to develop your ability to read texts in increasingly complex and diverse ways.
  • While we include modules from the Renaissance to the present day, our BA is so much more that a historical study of English Literature. Right from the start you’ll be introduced to a whole range of critical perspectives, approaches and contexts which will give you the tools to interrogate your reading. Ours is an exciting, dynamic, wide-ranging course with plenty of flexibility allowing you to follow your own individual tastes and literary passions.
Duration
3
Housing :
£ 5000.00 Yearly
Tuition :
£ 15400.00
Delivery:
Onsite
Scholarship:
No
Level :
Bachelor

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY | Uxbridge, United Kingdom

About the course

This MSc programme in Sustainable Electrical Power aims to produce graduates capable of leading teams which will operate, control, design, regulate and manage the power systems and networks of the future.

The course equips graduates with the ability to critically evaluate methodologies, analytical procedures and research methods in:

  • Power system engineering – using state-of-the-art computational tools and methods.
  • Design of sustainable electrical power systems and networks.
  • Regulatory frameworks for, and operation of, power systems and electricity markets.

The programme features practical workshops and the option of an industry-based dissertation. Students benefit from our high performance lab and computing facilities, including a grid-enabled cluster of processors. We’re also home to a world leading research group, the Brunel Institute of Power Systems.

Aims

Sustainable energy is a vital, growing sector and this newly designed MSc programme meets industry’s demand for engineers with advanced knowledge of sustainable electrical power and energy generation systems.

The course is suitable for:

  • Graduates in power or electrical engineering, physical sciences, or related disciplines who aspire to work in the electrical power industry, especially within the renewable energy sector.
  • Industrially experienced graduate engineers and managers who recognise the importance of developing new analytical and critical skills, and state-of-the-art methodologies associated with the development sustainable electrical power systems.

Varies depending on country.

Please check the course page on Brunel's website for further information.

Duration
1
Housing :
£ 5000.00 Yearly
Tuition :
£ 18000.00
Delivery:
Onsite
Scholarship:
No
Level :
Masters

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY | Uxbridge, United Kingdom

About the course

Digital media and gaming applications are at the cutting edge of user experience technology – and this flexible course provides graduates with the knowledge to design creative, commercially-focused solutions. Graduates will be able to understand the nature diversity and limitations of software artefacts targeted at the entertainment market and apply their development and implementation skills to the production of such artefacts.

All our degrees emphasise acquiring knowledge and skills to develop your new understanding creatively and professionally. Although this is an academic degree, the course balances theory with ‘real world’ practice in information and computer management.

 

Aims

The aim of all undergraduate programmes offered by Department of Computer Science is primarily to equip our graduates with appropriate knowledge and skills required for their mainly commercial careers, making them highly employable.

Computer Science (Digital Media and Games) programme graduates will be able to:

• Understand the nature diversity and limitations of software artefacts targeted at the entertainment market and apply their development and implementation skills to the production of such artefacts.

Varies depending on country.

Please check the course page on Brunel's website for further information.

Brunel’s Women in Engineering and Computing mentoring scheme provides our female students with invaluable support from industry mentors

Brunel University London’s impact on the future wages of its graduates is among the best in the country compared to other universities, according to a new analysis of government data by The Economist (2017).

Duration
3/4
Housing :
£ 5000.00 Yearly
Tuition :
£ 16200.00
Delivery:
Onsite
Scholarship:
No
Level :
Bachelor

NATIONAL COLLEGE OF IRELAND | Dublin, Ireland

NCI’s BA (Honours) in Business is a comprehensive and broad-based business degree. You will cover all the key business disciplines and have the opportunity to specialise in particular areas of business as you progress through the course. In first year you will study a broad range of business subjects. After the common first year, you will be able to select a specialisation in particular areas, such as entrepreneurship or international business, with further specialisations in other business fields also being developed. The modules you study in second and third year will then vary depending on the path you have chosen. Through the expert lecturers in our School of Business you will obtain a great understanding of how business works and in which part of the business world you’d like to make your career. The advantage of this full-time degree is that it is very flexible and opens up a large number of career paths. You gain a broad business foundation and can then focus on the particular area you most enjoy through your choice of specialisation and a range of elective modules throughout the course. This degree also gives you many options to progress to masters courses or postgraduate study later on. If you are looking for a broad-based degree, a great start in business and plenty of career options then this course will definitely appeal to you.  You may also be able to take advantage of an opportunity to engage in a year-long, accredited work placement between years two and three. This placement will be credit-bearing and comprises an extra year in the degree. Access to such placements will be limited and highly competitive.

A Levels: CCC (Or Mix of CC and A/S Levels)

IB: 28 Points including 4 in Maths and 4 in English

American High School: High School Diploma with a minimum GPA of 3.2 plus: 

- SAT 1 Score of 1800+ or ACT composite score of 26 and above AND

- 2-3 Advanced Placement Examinations in relevant subjects with grade 3 and above or 2-3 SAT Subject tests in relevant subjects with minimum score of 600 

IELTS requirement – 6.0

Intakes

September

Future Prospects

Graduates of the BA (Honours) in Business course will be eligible to apply for a variety of career options in both general management and specialised management functions. An analysis of recent graduates has identified career paths within accounting and finance, financial services, pensions, marketing, human resource management, recruitment, management, business development and enterprise (starting your own business). Recent employers of graduates of this programme include LinkedIn, Accenture, Deutch Bank, IBM and State Street. Graduates will also be eligible to apply for postgraduate Masters programmes, such as the MSc in Management, MSc in Marketing or MA in HRM at National College of Ireland. Scholarships are available for students continuing to Masters level.

Duration
3 Years
Housing :
€ 7000.00 Monthly
Tuition :
€ 10000.00
Delivery:
Onsite
Scholarship:
30%
Level :
Bachelor

NATIONAL COLLEGE OF IRELAND | Dublin, Ireland

The MSc in Entrepreneurship will provide you with a critical insight into entrepreneurship through a deep exploration of the stages of creativity, innovation and enterprise. Moreover the course will provide an insight into the culture of the entrepreneurial firm and the culture of the individuals who build and create such enterprises.

The course will allow you to develop an advanced understanding of the management function across a broad range of business disciplines including enterprise, innovation management, technology, strategy, finance and law, providing you with the ability to analyse and critically evaluate management theory and practice.

Ireland is consistently voted one of the best countries in the world to start and build your business. Entrepreneurs are inspired by the innovative and creation evident in all aspects of Irish business, society and culture and are encouraged by flexible working spaces, methods and practices that Ireland has to offer.

Applicants will hold a qualification equivalent to an Irish Level 8 Honours degree(minimum 2.2) in any discipline

IELTS Requirement - 6.5

1 Intake per Year:

September

Future Prospects

The MSc in Entrepreneurship will help you to develop business skills that are essential in a wide range of different organisations, as well as preparing you for the possibility of one day starting your own business. Graduates of the course typically pursue a range of careers, including innovation management, policy and business development roles within the private sector and with government agencies supporting innovation, and founding their own business ventures.

Duration
1 Year
Housing :
€ 7000.00 Monthly
Tuition :
€ 14500.00
Delivery:
Onsite
Scholarship:
35%
Level :
Masters
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