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  Advanced Composites - MSc

University of Bristol    Faculty of Engineering

Full time September MSc 1 year full-time
Engineering (12) Materials Science (24)

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Are you fascinated by the world of advanced composites? Our MSc in Advanced Composites at the Bristol Composites Institute (BCI) is the perfect programme for you. Gain a deep understanding of these cutting-edge materials and their applications in industries like aerospace and automotive. With state-of-the-art facilities and strong industry connections, you'll have access to exciting research and internship opportunities. Our programme structure focuses on structural mechanics, design, manufacturing, and testing, allowing you to specialize in your area of interest. Whether you have an engineering or non-engineering background, this programme will expand your expertise and open doors to rewarding careers in composites engineering.

About the course

Composites are increasingly replacing traditional metallic components in various industrial applications, such as aerospace structures, wind turbine blades and automotive components.

This MSc provides you with an in-depth theoretical understanding and practical knowledge of advanced composites. The programme is based in the Bristol Composites Institute (BCI), which houses state-of-the-art composites manufacturing facilities to help you conduct cutting-edge research in the field of composites engineering.

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Entry Requirements

A upper second-class honours degree or international equivalent in a STEM subject.

Applicants who have studied a non-Engineering STEM subject must have at least one mechanics module at 60%. If you have not studied any mechanics modules then you must have at least one module related to materials (such as structure of materials or strength of materials) at 60% AND one module related to one of the following areas: Maths (algebra, statistics or calculus), Simulations, Manufacture, finite element analysis, MATLAB or other coding experience, or composites at 60%.

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