MSC ENGINEERING (ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC)


Awarded by Glyndwr University, UK

Full-time / Part-time
Overview

Glyndwr University

Glyndwr University is a vibrant, dynamic, and socially inclusive institution that prides itself on providing quality education to all students, with each and every student receiving personal attention in their learning experience regardless of their background.

Awarded Silver in the Teaching Excellence Framework, the university boasts a curriculum that is richly informed by their ties to leading local and regional industries and employers. With their valuable feedback, knowledge and expertise, the university has been able to craft courses that provide students with the most industry-relevant skills that will empower them to succeed in the workplace.

DIMENSIONS International College is a Franchise Partner of the Glyndwr University, UK for the above programme.

Programme Introduction

The MSc Engineering (Electrical and Electronic) programme aims to raise up individuals who are equipped with the skills and knowledge that meet the needs of diverse industries at local and international levels.

With plenty of opportunities to develop and demonstrate their technical expertise, innovation, commitment and sound judgment, students graduate as confident and competent engineering professionals who will be a valuable asset to their employers

Course Structure

Course Structure

The MSc Engineering (Electrical and Electronic) programme consists of 6 modules and a final dissertation.

Modules

  • Engineering Research Methods and PG Studies
  • Engineering Design and Innovation
  • Engineering Systems Modelling and Simulation
  • Advanced Control Engineering and Systems Analysis
  • Power Electronics, Drives and Energy Systems
  • Circuit Design and Electronic Testing
  • Dissertation (60 Credits)

Course Outline

  • Outline for Engineering Research Methods and PG Studies
  • Outline for Engineering Design and Innovation
  • Outline for Engineering Systems Modelling and Simulation
  • Outline for Advanced Control Engineering and Systems Analysis
  • Outline for Power Electronics, Drives and Energy Systems
  • Outline for Circuit Design and Electronic Testing
  • Outline for Dissertation (60 Credits)

Scope of Study

Theories, case study analysis, presentation and practices in the areas of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic)

Delivery Mode

Lectures, tutorials, discussions and research activities

Commencement Date/Intakes

To check the dates of Programme Intake for 2022, please click here.
DIMENSIONS reserves the right to change the intakes at any time without prior notice.

Course Fees

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1. #Application Fee (Non – refundable) S$

500.00

2. Tuition Fee S$

15,000.00

3. Registration Fee For Overseas University S$

3,500.00

4. Administrative Fee S$

610.00

5. Examination Fee S$

1,200.00

6. Course Material S$

980.00

7. #Medical Check-Up Fee S$

60.00

8. International Student Management Fee S$

500.00

9. #ICA Processing and Student’s Pass Fee S$

120.00

7% GST

S$

1,572.90

Total

S$

24,042.90

# One-time Fee

Please click here for more information on the fees which are likely to be incurred during the students’ course of study. Students are expected to pay for the stipulated fee(s) incurred, if necessary.

Note 1: All miscellaneous fees are inclusive of 7% GST.
Note 2: Total course fees paid (except application fee and GST) by students are protected under the Fee Protection Scheme (FPS).
Note 3: All students must sign the Advisory Note to Student before signing the Standard PEI-Student Contract.
Note 4: The Standard PEI-Student Contract must be signed by the student prior to making course fees payments to DIMENSIONS.
Note 5: The course fees shown above are effective from 1st January 2021. DIMENSIONS reserves the right to make necessary amendments to the course fees without prior notice.

Payment Mode

For more information on Payment Mode, please click here.
For more information on Fee Protection Scheme (FPS), please click here.
For further details, please contact your Admissions Officer at 6334 0600.

Duration

  • 12 months (Full-time/Part-Time) with schedule and sequence set according to Scheme of Work.
  • Maximum allowed period for a student to complete the course is 36 months, subject to the approval from Glyndwr University

Maximum Candidature Period

Student is not allowed to retake the course and/or request for a refund in the event if he/she fails to complete the programme within the maximum candidature period.

Opportunities for Further Education/Career Pathway

Students may consider progressing to a Doctoral degree of relevant discipline in any Universities subject to their acceptance.

Notes:

  • Graduates progression pathway is subject to the respective Institutions’/Universities’ entry requirements at the point of application.
  • Foreigner’s application for jobs in Singapore is subject to the approval from the Ministry of Manpower of Singapore (MOM). DIMENSIONS DOES NOT GUARANTEE any success rate of approval.
Entry Requirements

Entry Requirements

Academic Level:

BEng (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering or equivalent.
For mature students, the candidate must be ≥ 30 years and have 8 years of working experience.

English Language:

Applicants must have an IELTS Score of 6.5 or pass the Certificate in Academic English Level 6 conducted by DIMENSIONS or passed the English Proficiency Test conducted by DIMENSIONS at equivalent level or its equivalent.

Assessment & Awards

Class Periods

Full-time

Monday to Friday: 8.30am - 11.30am and/or 12.15pm - 3.15pm and/or 3.30pm - 6.30pm

3 hours per session. All specific programme schedules will be reflected in the timetable.

Part-time

Weekday (Monday to Friday)
Sessions will be conducted from 7.00pm to 10.00pm

and/or

Weekend (Saturday and/or Sunday)
Sessions will be conducted within 9.00am to 6.00pm

3 hours per session. All specific programme schedules will be reflected in the timetable.

Examination Period

At the end of each semester or course

Assessment Methods

Combination of report, research, group project, presentation, examination

Assessment Weightings

Module Name Assessment Methods (Weighting)
Engineering Research Methods and PG Studies 1) Report (2500 words) (50%)
2) Research Proposal (2500 words) (50%)
Engineering Design and Innovation 1) Group Project (2500 words) (50%)
2) Reflective Practice (1500 words) (25%)
3) Presentation (5 minutes) (25%)
Engineering Systems Modelling and Simulation 1) Coursework (2500 words) (50%)
2) Coursework (2500 words) (50%)
Advanced Control Engineering and Systems Analysis 1) Coursework (2000 words) (50%)
2) Examination (2 hours) (50%)
Power Electronics, Drives and Energy Systems 1) Examination (3 hours) (100%)
Circuit Design and Electronic Testing 1) Coursework (2000 words) (50%)
2) Examination (2 hours) (50%)
Dissertation 1) Presentation (20 minutes) (20%)
2) Dissertation (15000 words) (80%)

Assessment Grading Criteria

Excellent: >70%
Very Good: 60-69%
Good: 55-59%
Satisfactory: 50-54%
Pass: 40-49%
Fail: <39%

Note:
Students must pass all assessments of 7 modules for graduation.

Expected Examination Results Release Date

Not more than 3 months after the final assessment

Qualification Award

MSc Engineering (Electrical and Electronic) awarded by Glyndwr University, UK

Graduation Requirements

A “Pass” in all modules

Teacher – Student Ratio

Average teacher-student ratio is 1:35
Note: The number of students in the classroom is subject to the maximum seating capacity.

Note 1: International Student must achieve at least 90% attendance rate (ICA Requirement).
Note 2: International Student must not be absent for more than 7 consecutive days without valid reason (ICA Requirement).
Note 3: Students who do not require ICA’s student’s pass must achieve at least 80% attendance rate.Our College only accept medical certificates as proof for absenteeism. Any other documents should only be accepted on a case-by-case basis with full justification and be acceptable by ICA.
Note 4: In the first week of studies, an induction session will be conducted. The students will be briefed by the Academic Staff on full details of the course including scheme of work, timetable, assessments and grading, assessment and exam dates and venue and many other academic matters.
Note 5: DIMENSIONS has the right to cancel a class/an intake if the minimum number of students enrolled is less than 10 for any programme per class. Students may enroll into a later intake, if any, or withdraw from course. (For refund, please refer to our Refund Policy).
Note 6: Students (both international and local) must achieve an attendance rate of 80% and above in order to qualify for examinations.
Note 7: Our courses will be conducted at one of the above registered premises of DIMENSIONS International College.