This course will begin on schedule in the Autumn and we plan to reopen our campuses. We are looking forward to seeing you in person, if travel and visa arrangements allow. If you can’t travel to campus in time for the start of term, we want to reassure you that your academic Department has made plans which make it possible to offer you a high-quality remote educational experience during the Autumn term.

Your teaching will be a combination of on-campus (in-person) and remote learning (online). We call this ‘multi-mode’ delivery. Depending on official government guidance throughout the entirety of next academic year, the ‘multi-mode’ balance may be subject to change. We hope to be able to offer you increased on-campus teaching and learning activities throughout the year.

For more information about multi-mode delivery, your learning experience and the steps we’ll be taking to keep you safe on campus if you are able to join us, please see our Covid 19 information for applicants and offer holders page.

 

If you are interested in refreshing or updating your skills, or learning something new, but cannot commit to study full-time, you should consider our MSc modules, some of which we offer as stand alone units alongside some purpose made short courses.

As part of its teaching provision, the Department offers a wide range of MSc programmes  to practicing engineers and fresh graduates designed specifically to upgrade or develop new areas of expertise. All programmes are delivered by leading international specialists, and are accredited by the Joint Board of Moderators, with the exception of Fluid Mechanics and Materials, which are accreditation pending.

All professional development is run in conjunction with the College School of Professional Development.

Modular Courses

The range of modules available are grouped within the following subject areas: Environmental Engineering, Fluid Mechanics, Geotechnical Engineering, Materials, Structural Engineering and Transport. These courses are delivered on a modular basis during the Autumn and Spring terms and are available to professionals, who, while not wishing to register for an MSc degree, wish to acquire additional specialist training. Provision of these modules are dependent upon demand.

The Autumn Term runs from October to December and the spring term from January to March of each year, both terms are of 11 weeks duration, teaching normally runs for 9-10 weeks.

Click here for term dates https://www.imperial.ac.uk/media/imperial-college/faculty-of-engineering/civil/public/2020-2021-Useful-Dates-MScWebPages.pdf

 

Certificates of Attendance

The Imperial College London Certificate of Attendance will be issued to all delegates who have successfully and satisfactorily completed their chosen module(s); transcripts will be issued to those to undertake the relevant assessments associated with the modules.

Fluid Mechanics
ModuleAutumnSpring
 CIVE97063 Buoyancy Driven Flows Yes -
 CIVE97067 Coastal Processes - Yes
 CIVE97068 Energy Systems - Yes
Fluid Mechanics Engineering syllabus
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Geotechical Engineering
ModuleAutumnSpring
  CIVE97111 Geotechnical Hazards  Yes  -
  CIVE97112 Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering  -   Yes
Geotechnical Engineering syllabus
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Materials
ModuleAutumnSpring
 CIVE97093 Concrete Materials  -  Yes
 CIVE97150 Polymers and Polymer Composites  -  Yes
 CIVE97151 Assessment, Monitoring and Repair of Structures  -  Yes
Materials syllabus
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Transport
ModuleAutumnSpring
CIVE97130 Air Traffic Management  -   Yes
 CIVE97122 Highway Engineering   -   Yes
 CIVE97127 Intelligent Transport Systems  -   Yes
 CIVE97134 Transport, Environmental Impacts and Safety  -  Yes
Transport syllabus
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