A masters from the Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering is the mark of someone with the skills to apply their knowledge in industry, anywhere in the world.
Our world-class reputation attracts staff and students whose enthusiasm pushes them to find out more. Teaching on our masters course is informed by our research. You'll learn from real-world projects - from Formula One racing cars to submarines, robots and even space exploration - and be taught by staff involved in developing new ideas.
We offer three Advanced Control and Systems Engineering Postgraduate pathways to ensure you get the most out of our flagship MSc.
If you have a background in maths and physics but are considering a future in engineering, this course could be for you.
Our MSc Robotics moves beyond traditional approaches to robotics, entering a new phase of autonomous robotics and systems that requires advanced knowledge, understanding and skills and an interdisciplinary perspective.
As the need and scope for robots in all aspects of society grows, so does the market for those trained in Control and Systems Engineering, especially those with a background in Autonomous and Intelligent Systems.
Our MRes in Control and Systems Engineering provides you with an excellent introduction to research methods while benefiting from lectures and lab work to consolidate your knowledge in the discipline.
The MSc in Advanced Manufacturing Technologies is an interdisciplinary engineering masters degree.
Postgraduate taught scholarships
Explore scholarships for postgraduate taught courses starting in 2022, including:
- 100+ scholarships worth £10,000 each for home fee-paying students
- 125 scholarships worth 25 per cent of the tuition fee for international students