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Combining core railway knowledge with project management, our Railway Engineering with Project Management MSc (Eng) will prepare you to construct and operate the world’s new rail lines. Considering the huge global growth in new railway lines, this presents exciting opportunities for graduates. In particular, industry growth has created a shortage of skilled railway engineers and thus salaries have grown rapidly in recent years.
This Masters degree is unique due to its focus on multidisciplinary teaching. The core technical material covers the entire railway system, rather than focusing on an individual engineering area. It is then complimented by engineering management material that is at the forefront of the discipline. Teaching combines expertise across two of the University of Leeds’s world leading institutes: the Institute for High Speed Rail and System Integration and the Institute for Transport Studies. Furthermore, the project management modules are delivered by the same academics who teach on the internationally leading Engineering Project Management MSc.
Throughout the programme, you'll be taught by staff who are professionally experienced and have the latest research expertise, equipping you with the practical and professional skills that employers want.
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