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BRUNEL UNIVERSITY | Uxbridge, United Kingdom

MA Creative Writing at Brunel University London is designed for writers who want to express their creativity in a number of forms – novels, film scripts, poems, journalism – rather than specialise in only one.

The Creative Writing master's course will appeal to writers who wish to try out a number of areas before deciding which they are best at or those who already know their strongest form, but feel the need to gain expertise in other fields to fund their speciality.

In addition, the course provides instruction on writing in the community, creative writing teaching and the organisation and funding of arts events.

We seek to create a supportive but constructively critical environment for circulating and evaluating students’ creative and journalistic work and to foster a broad span of creative and critical writing skills, including the ability to work independently on a long creative/critical project.

All applications should include a sample of writing.

A 2:2 (or above) UK honours degree, or equivalent internationally recognised qualification. Other qualifications and relevant professional or practical experience will be assessed on an individual basis.

  • A sample of your creative writing (i.e. short stories; novel-in-progress; poems; play or film scripts; articles for newspapers) between two and five thousand words, which demonstrates appropriate ability and commitment, should be submitted with your application.
  • Applicants will be invited to an interview.

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

 

  • This degree will give you instruction and practice in a broad range not only of writing forms, but also of strategies and techniques within those forms.
  • You will be introduced to the latest theories of creativity and up-to-date thinking on literary and journalistic genres.

 

We seek to create a supportive but constructively critical environment for circulating and evaluating students’ creative and journalistic work and to foster a broad span of creative and critical writing skills, including the ability to work independently on a long creative/critical project.

The Creative Writing master's programme will prepare you for:

  • a career as a creative or feature writer.
  • progression to doctorate-level creative writing or journalistic research.
  • employment in the creative industries or other areas of work where writing skills are a central requirement.
Duration
1 year
Housing :
£ 5000.00 Yearly
Tuition :
£ 16200.00
Delivery:
Onsite
Scholarship:
No
Level :
Masters

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY | Uxbridge, United Kingdom

What is digital service design? It’s the art of building customer experiences with a strong digital element.

This new multi-disciplinary course is designed to help graduates develop cutting-edge user experience design techniques for designing digital products and services. The course features close integration with leading digital companies to help you develop deep knowledge of both design theory and practice as well as to equip you for employment in the digital sector.

The course has been designed in collaboration with Wilson Fletcher, a leading digital design studio, to closely mirror current professional practices. In the course, you will have the opportunity to apply for an industry internship at the end of your third term. Additionally, some of our digital design partners may also offer dissertation opportunities.

Aims

Brunel’s MSc course in Digital Service Design prepares you for roles in the fast-growing digital industry by providing a programme led by industry experts and practitioners.

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • Generate ideas and turn them into viable concepts and working prototypes.
  • Work in multidisciplinary teams in a studio setting and take responsibility for your work.
  • Problem-solve and design for both user and business needs.
  • Understand the skills, tools and methodologies necessary to develop compelling strategies, products and services.
  • Design and develop experiences, products and services of high quality with digital media at their core.
  • Demonstrate a critical and practical understanding of the issues relevant to digital service design and their use in the context of modern industry and commercial environments.
  • Have a thorough and clear understanding of the methodologies and professional skills necessary for effective digital service design in a business environment.
  • Reflect – critically and in-depth – on relevant aspects of the state-of the art of both the practice and theory of digital service design.

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

NATIONAL COLLEGE OF IRELAND | Dublin, Ireland

This course will provide you with the latest knowledge and competencies required by the fastest growing global industry: the cloud. Cloud computing has become a multi-billion euro industry and this course offers specialisations in two key areas: Infrastructure (IaaS - Infrastructure as a Service) and Development (SaaS - Software as a Service). The course is delivered by faculty and industry practitioners with proven expertise in cloud computing.

As a graduate of this course you will be able to:

  • Create and deploy commercial multi-tier applications onto multiple (public/hybrid) cloud platforms
  • Plan and architect highly-scalable computing/data analytics solutions for business and scientific needs
  • Design pattern-based application code to run efficiently in a cloud environment
  • Evaluate security strategies associated with cloud computing and apply them to ensure the technical sustainability of an organisation
  • Perform a migration from a traditional ICT environment to a cloud-based platform
  • Manage the process of running an IT department from a cloud environment

Applicants will normally have an equivalent to an Irish Level 8 Honours bachelor degree in a STEM Subject with programming knowledge.

IELTS requirement – 6.0

2 Intakes each year:

January and September

Future Prospects

Of our 2016 graduates, 95% were in employment within 6 months of graduating. Graduates from this programme are working in positions such as Software Developer, IT Security Engineer, Web Developer, Cloud Developer in companies such as IBM, CITI, Deloitte, Sogeti, Workday and Fidelity.

Duration
1 Year
Housing :
€ 7000.00 Monthly
Tuition :
€ 14500.00
Delivery:
Onsite
Scholarship:
25%
Level :
Masters

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY | Uxbridge, United Kingdom

About the course

Social media is one of the biggest technology stories of the 21st century. On this course you’ll learn about how IT and computer-based systems help businesses, before specialising in the technologies such as Skype, Facebook and Twitter in your final year. You will gain a thorough understanding of how information technology and computer-based systems help businesses. Through a mixture of theory and ‘real world’ practice, you will learn how to assess organisational problems and to create the best computing solutions to solve business needs. By specialising in social media, you’ll learn about how the internet has rapidly evolved to accommodate services and technologies which are all being exploited by companies for commercial purposes.

 

Aims

The aim of all undergraduate programmes offered by the 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.

Specific skills for Business Computing graduates relate to the purpose, the use and the context in which information systems are used and therefore our graduates should be able:

• To develop an understanding of the underlying organisational business system (which may be explicit or implicit);

• To determine a dynamic mix of processes that enable the information delivery system and the enfranchised users to carry out the business of the organisation effectively and efficiently;

• To understand what change is doing to the organisation to enable the information systems to adapt in a timely and effective manner

Varies depending on country.

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

Information Systems at Brunel is ranked 2nd in London and 4th in the UK (Complete University Guide 2018)

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

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.

Please, visit our website.

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

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

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY | Uxbridge, United Kingdom

This degree provides an innovative combination of high-level study into both politics and sociology. As well as gaining a firm understanding of key political institutions and players, which form a framework to understanding contemporary social and political issues, you will study challenging sociology topics in one of the best Colleges in the country.

Varies on the country.

Please, visit our website.

The BSc 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.

Duration
3/4
Housing :
£ 5000.00 Yearly
Tuition :
£ 15400.00
Delivery:
Onsite
Scholarship:
No
Level :
Bachelor

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY | Uxbridge, United Kingdom

About the course

This BSc in Computer Science, specialising in software engineering, will provide you with a good understanding of computer science and the important elements of a computer system. You will learn how to build different types of software – from web-based systems to mobile solutions – and in the final year you’ll take compulsory modules in advanced computer science and choose options from a range of computing topics. By specialising in software engineering, you’ll focus on how to build high quality systems which will be easier to maintain and develop in the long term as the requirements of the system change, and the available technologies evolve. The techniques involved include testing, service-oriented architectures, and refactoring.

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 (Software Engineering) programme graduates will be able to:

• Display an in-depth knowledge of the management, organisation and execution of large-scale software design and development activities including reuse and integration. Typically such activities would address a range of business needs (multiple projects), or cross organisational boundaries, or support major enterprises such as banks or the NHS or be safety or mission critical.

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

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY | Uxbridge, United Kingdom

About the course

Energy management using sustainable technologies and implementation of environmental initiatives play a rapidly increasing role in many public organisations and industry.

There is an urgent need for trained personnel to advise, implement and deliver strategies and management for sustainable practices. This programme empowers graduates with a sound knowledge of sustainable technologies and skills for effective energy management with regard for environmental protection. It will enable them to create new opportunities for their employers by bringing an appreciation for current research into industrial use.

 

Aims

This programme will give graduates the sound knowledge and skills required for effective energy management and environmental protection.

Students will develop themes of expertise facilitated by an MSc project and dissertation, which also provides a useful introduction to students thinking of embarking on a doctoral research degree.

Links with industry are a key element of the programme, including guest speakers from various industry sectors.

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

About the course

 

This MSc course in Advanced Electronic and Electrical Engineering is specifically designed for students who wish to pursue a broad programme of advanced studies, whilst also offering a wide range of specialist modules which open a variety of career pathways on graduation.

The distinctive feature of the MSc is its flexible structure – you are able to customise the content of your programme to meet your academic interests and career aspirations.

Core modules are used to ensure there is depth and breadth in key areas of electronic and electrical engineering – notably sensors and instrumentation, control, photonics, sustainable power systems, telecommunications, intelligent systems, medical systems, integrated circuits and embedded systems.

Women in Engineering Scholarships

Both the Government and Brunel University are keen to promote women taking up degrees in Engineering, and we are offering exciting scholarships linked to a bespoke mentoring programme to eligible Home / EU applicants. Please read more about these Women in Engineering Scholarships.

Aims

Having an advanced, broad level of engineering knowledge and skills is a prerequisite for improving your career options in a demanding and dynamic sector.

The course allows graduates with an electronic and electrical engineering background to further develop their skills as well as allowing able students from other numerate degree backgrounds to build up strong expertise in this area to complement their original undergraduate studies.

On the MSC programme you will:

  • Gain the in-depth knowledge you need to resolve new, complex and unusual challenges across a range of electrical and electronics issues.
  • Develop imagination, initiative and creativity to allow you to problem solve effectively.
  • Become work ready for a career with leading engineering organisations.

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
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