Pre-Masters in Engineering
Our Plymouth Engineers and Computer Scientists imagine, design and create the structures, networks and technical approaches that provide shelter, clean water, sanitation, transportation, energy production and security and protection from natural and digital hazards.
You will learn how to communicate effectively, manage projects and work in professional teams.
Our graduates have gone on to work in a wide range of roles in global, national and local companies and governmental organisations. Plymouth has been especially successful in promoting and encouraging women into electronics and robotics.
Pathways at the University of Plymouth
Fees for 2021/22 & 2022/23
Stage 1: January, May and September
Stage 1: Pre-Masters
Critical Thinking for Postgraduate Study
You will develop a range of critical thinking skills, including argument construction and evaluation, debate, use of evidence and critical reading.
How will I be assessed? 30% coursework, 70% examination
Interactive Learning Skills and Communication for Postgraduate Study
You will acquire a range of academic communication skills(written and oral) to prepare you for your Masters and professional life.
How will I be assessed? 60% coursework, 40% examination
Research Methods for Postgraduate Study
You will improve your understanding of postgraduate research methods and methodologies, and learn how to plan and undertake this research.
How will I be assessed? 100% coursework