Entry requirements and fees
Employment in the chemicals and process industry sector with a job function in instrumentation, control and automation is required for all options.
For students whose first language is not English, a minimum score of 6.5 in the IELTS test is also required.
|Course||Academic requirements||Prior industrial experience|
|MSc degree||BSc, BEng, MEng etc with at least 2.2 Hons in an appropriate discipline||Desirable|
|Diploma||HNC, HND etc in an appropriate discipline||Significant and relevant experience|
|CPD modules||Sufficient prior knowledge and experience to benefit from doing the module|
For the Level 7 MSc Degree Apprenticeship, the entry requirements are the same as the MSc, with some additional criteria - see Apprentice tab.
|Level 7 MSc Degree Apprenticeship - Funded through your Employer's Apprenticeship Levy||£27,000|
|CPD module||£2,100 per module|
Modules may be paid for either on a module-at-a-time basis or on a lump sum basis. Students (or their organisations) will be invoiced at the time of a module.
In the case of students who are PA7 apprentices, payment is in accordance with ESFA rules: that is, taken from their employers' levy accounts over the planned 5-year horizon of the apprenticeship rather than linked to module delivery.