Industry stops for no-one and at Coventry University, you don’t have to either. We have a range of specialist postgrad engineering courses which typically go on to put graduates in highly advantageous positions, in terms of salary and opportunity. There are nine PG courses in our Engineering, Environment and Computing faculty. Here are four of those that will advance your future:
One of the most popular courses among international students and for good reason! The oil and gas industry was worth £35bn to the UK alone in 2014 and entry level in the multinationals (BP, Shell, Chevron, Schlumberger, Halliburton, Baker Huges, Fugro, etc.) averages 50K. There’s opportunity everywhere in Oil & Gas and this course will offer you insights into everything from risk to economics. Graduates can go on to secure roles in health and safety management, quality management and petroleum contracts and economics.
Did you know Coventry University is a world leader in the teaching of the high-speed technology of embedded microelectronics and wireless systems? We have excellent links with industry, giving students the opportunity to use high-cost equipment to put their ability to the test on the likes of digital communications, robotics and microprocessors; industries of the future, which the world will need more and more of as we continue to advance.
In today’s rapidly evolving competitive environment, managers and engineers at every organisational level need an in-depth understanding of the concepts, techniques and tools required to manage projects. This course will offer you the opportunity to understand people management, project management, change management, contact management… You’ll be fully equipped to manage it all in an ever changing industry.
This course introduces students to all the key aspects of managing a company in the engineering sector. Our dedicated academics with a strong track record of working with industry, will teach you operational management and the organisational knowledge applicable to business and producing strategy for the engineering industry.