At USW Engineering, we offer a range of postgraduate engineering courses, across civil engineering, the built environment, mechanical engineering, electrical and electronic engineering and aeronautical engineering.
With strong links to industry, professionally accredited courses and access to specialist, industry-standard facilities that provide exciting learning spaces, we provide you with the platform to excel in your chosen career.
There are two entry points for our postgraduate engineering courses, giving you the option to begin your journey with us in either September or February.
At the University of South Wales, you will have hands-on access to our dedicated, industry-standard engineering facilities. This includes our on campus Aerospace Centre, which houses its very own aircraft, a suite of practical training facilities approved by the aerospace industry, and electronics labs supplemented with world-leading Renesas technologies.
We have recently refurbished our civil and mechanical engineering labs equipping them with the latest computer-aided and controlled machinery. You can explore our professional facilities from the comfort of your seat by taking a virtual tour.
Our Engineering courses are based at our Treforest campus in Pontypridd. The ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic means that we are having to make changes to the way in which we deliver our courses and services. We are committed to delivering our courses and other services as safely as possible.
Our courses are currently taught with a blended learning approach and several of our courses are also available to study 100% online. You will undertake lectures, workshops and tutorials virtually through various online tools, be able to access and receive online email and video support from your lecturers and peers every step of the way.
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We offer a number of postgraduate research programmes including Masters by Research and PhD, all of which allow you to make an in-depth study of an Engineering topic that interests you. You can study full-time or part-time, on campus or by distance (subject permitting). We have research strengths in a number of individual disciplines and interdisciplinary areas including mobile and satellite communications; aerospace; advanced materials engineering; sustainable energy; electronic product engineering; wireless and optoelectronics and automotive and power systems engineering.
Graduating with an accreditation shows that you've been taught to the highest, industry-relevant standard and this is often recognised by employers, giving you a competitive advantage when entering the job market. Here are our engineering accreditors: