Masters Degrees

As a Masters student, you will be able to develop your technical and professional skills to the next level and get the opportunity to apply your abilities to real problems.

Electronic Engineering : MSc

Electronic Engineering : MSc

Silicon based electronics and embedded software now pervades the systems and devices we use on a daily basis and is the key enabling technology for internet based systems, automation and vehicle systems.

Engineering Project Management : MSc

Engineering Project Management : MSc

This programme is aimed at engineers wishing to advance their engineering and organisational skills and enable the move from a technical to a technical-managerial position.

Mechanical Engineering : MSc

Mechanical Engineering : MSc

Mechanical Engineering combines scientific principles, mathematics and realisation. Scientific principles underpin all aspects of engineering, while mathematics is the language used to quantify and optimise solutions.

Mechanical Engineering with Project Management : MSc

Mechanical Engineering with Project Management : MSc

Similar to the Department’s Engineering Project Management course, this programme contains taught technical engineering modules, taught modules to teach project management theory and group and individual projects to apply the skills.

Wireless Communication Systems : MSc

Wireless Communication Systems : MSc

This course is designed to equip graduates with the specialist skills in modern wireless communication systems such as 3G, Wi-Fi, mobile WiMAX and LTE, space-time coding, software defined radio, and reconfigurable analogue and digital RF systems.

Engineering (by Research) : MSc

Engineering (by Research) : MSc

Flexibility is the key to this programme. It begins with an induction where you are allocated a supervisor and often an industry contact; this sets the direction of your research and identifies training needs.

To submit an application, we encourage you to create an account on the My Applications website and then select ‘Create a new application’ from your homepage once you are logged in.

Using your account, you are able to submit applications for the programme(s) which you wish to study, upload supporting documentation and provide us with information about referees. You may apply for all Lancaster University Engineering postgraduate programmes using this method.

If you are a current Lancaster student, or you have recently graduated from Lancaster, we can reduce the amount of information that you will need to provide as part of your application. You will need to provide only one reference and will not need to supply your Lancaster degree transcript. We will also pre-fill your personal details, ready for you to check.

If you use the My Applications website then you will be advised which documentation you need to upload or send to us. These will usually include:

  • Degree certificates and transcripts of previous higher education (college/university) degrees or other courses that you have completed/for which you are currently studying. For transcripts in languages other than English, a certified English translation will be required.
  • Two references
  • A personal statement

If English is not your first language, we require copies of English language test results.

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