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Programmes

Programmes

Programmes

Our programmes are specially designed and curated in partnership with the University of Portsmouth. The university ranks among the top 21 universities in the UK (according to the Guardian University Guide 2020) and has earned a gold rating under the UK government’s Teaching Excellence Framework. Our programmes are also supported by our founding partner PSB Academy.

We offer undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in business and management-, and engineering-related fields.

  • Our undergraduate study programmes are 1 year in duration for business-related fields, and 2 years for engineering fields, leading to a bachelor’s degree in either a business- or an engineering-related field.
  • Our postgraduate study programmes are 1.5 years in duration, leading to a master’s degree in an engineering-related field.

The list below provides details on the study programmes available. Click on a programme below for more information.

Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Business and Management – 1 Year

The Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Business and Management programme covers areas of study related to functions of a business. Topics include accounting, marketing, operations, management, and cross-cultural awareness in business. The programme aims to provide you with opportunities in understanding how a business operates and its role and relevance in the local and global contexts. You will learn and hone entrepreneurial skills that you need to get ahead in the professional world and build your network by collaborating with industry leaders on actual business projects.

Bachelor of Arts (Hons) International Trade, Logistics and Business Communication – 1 Year

The Bachelor of Arts (Hons) International Trade, Logistics and Business Communication programme covers areas of study related to trade and the supply chain. Topics include international trade, marketing, logistics management, inventory management, and cross-cultural awareness for business. The programme aims to provide opportunities to understand trade activities and policies, and the workings of an international economy.

Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) Civil Engineering (International) – 2 Years

The Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) Civil Engineering (International) programme covers areas of study related to the fundamentals of engineering which underpin the shaping, building, maintaining and expansion of societies. Topics include the design, construction, and process management of structures and infrastructure including bridges, dams, roads, tunnels and transport networks. The programme aims to provide opportunities to unravel the workings behind engineering feats that shape our built environment and cityscapes. Enrollment into this programme prepares you for a career in civil engineering especially in industries of structural design engineering, and construction project management.

Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) Electronic Engineering (International) – 2 Years

The Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) Electronic Engineering (International) programme covers areas of study related to electronics. Topics include control engineering, data communications, and digital signal processing. The programme aims to provide opportunities to understand the electronics industry, and acquire skills and technical know-how needed to design and develop electronic systems. Enrollment in this programme prepares you for a career as a professional electrical engineering.

Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) Mechanical Engineering (International) – 2 Years

The Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) Mechanical Engineering (International) programme covers areas of study related to mechanical systems. Topics include key mechanical engineering principles such as statics and dynamics, thermodynamics, fluid dynamics, mechanical design, materials, product design and manufacturing processes.

Master of Science in Civil Engineering – 1.5 Years

The Master of Science in Civil Engineering programme covers areas of study that govern the understanding of how environmental factors influence infrastructural development in cities. Topics include learning about the environmental impact on planning, designing, constructing and managing large-scale public works. Issues such as pollution, public health and resources management will also be examined to understand the impact they make on the built environment. In this programme, students can specialise in any of these areas to pursue a design project on: earthquake, environmental, geotechnical, and structural engineering.

Master of Science in Electronic and Electrical Systems Engineering – 1.5 Years

The Master of Science in Electronic and Electrical Systems Engineering programme covers areas of study that seek to understand how to design, build and test a wide range of electronic and electrical systems that have a significant impact on the world and society such as medical electronic equipment, drones, smartphones, self-driving cars and game consoles.