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University of Portsmouth: Systems Engineering (Degree Apprenticeship)

Institution University of Portsmouth
Department Faculty of Technology
Telephone 023 9284 5566
Study type Taught


Overview Build on your engineering knowledge, while you work, and develop your skills in the design and management of engineering systems in this degree apprenticeship.

As engineering systems grow more complex, the sector demands more professionals with an understanding of supply chains, design and simulation of systems, and applied systems thinking techniques. As you study for this Master's in Systems Engineering, you'll be studying topics like these, and you'll be encouraged to bring concerns and issues from your organisation in as projects to work on and solve.

We've developed the course with input from our industrial advisors to meet the needs of the current and future systems engineering sector, and of the busy professionals who work in it. You'll spend about 6 hours a week in guided learning on this course, and you'll have flexibility to fit the further reading and research around your workload.

You won't pay fees for this course; the Government or your employer cover the costs over the three years.

When you graduate, you'll have a professional mastery of managing complex systems and engineering teams - and evidence of putting your learning into practice.

Careers this Master's prepares you for On this industry-focused degree apprenticeship, you'll be learning techniques and applying sector knowledge from your studies throughout your course. You'll prove that you're able to bring intelligent solutions to complex engineering issues, and that you're committed to increasing your knowledge and skills for a career in systems engineering management.

Through working with academics whose work is connected to industry needs and latest developments, you'll grow your professional network and your awareness of roles you may move into in future. You'll be building a portfolio that can contribute to IEng or CEng applications, and contributing to solutions in your organisation and your industry.


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