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Tunnelling and Underground Space
This specialist Master’s course prepares students with a background in civil engineering or engineering geology for a career as a tunnelling engineer
Degree of Master of Science in Tunnelling and Underground Space (MSc)
1 year full time
2 years part-time
A 12 month registration taking into account 30 weeks of teaching during the academic year and project work throughout.
31st July 2019
Course Start Date
30th September 2019
Location of study
School of Engineering, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL, United Kingdom
This information is applicable for 2019 entry.
The course has been both challenging and rewarding. The technical modules are delivered in collaboration with industry experts. This opportunity to learn from leaders in industry is invaluable. I have learnt a vast amount and my employer is already reaping the benefits of their investment.
Shingai Mutukwa, MSc in Tunnelling and Underground Space part-time student (14/16 cohort)
Careers in Underground Space
For a flavour of what an engineering career in underground space might be like, watch the following video produced by the International Tunnelling Association.