Extending your master’s with a work placement option
Coventry University understands the potential benefit that a professional work placement could have to your future employability.
The Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Computing have added a ‘work placement’ option to a range of master’s programmes, providing you with the opportunity to add a 9-12 months’ work placement to your one year master’s programme.
With the support of our employability and placements unit EEC Futures, during your first semester we can help you to identify, prepare and apply for a range of 9-12 month work placement opportunities. If you are successful in securing a work placement, you would then begin your work placement during semester three, as the table below shows.
|MSc without work placement pathway||MSc with work placement pathway|
|Semester one||core modules||core modules|
|Semester two||core modules||core modules|
|Semester three||core modules and individual project||work placement|
|Semester four||work placement|
|Semester five||work placement|
|Semester six||core modules and individual project|
- The placement year will incur an additional fee of £4000, to be invoiced separately only when your placement is secured and tier 4 visa extended if required.
- Placement opportunities may be subject to additional costs, visa requirements being met and subject to availability and/or competitive application.
- Work placements are not guaranteed and you will be responsible for securing your own work placement, however you will benefit from the support of our employability and placements team EEC Futures in trying to identify an opportunity.
- If you change your mind or are unable to secure a placement, you can still complete your master’s in the first year.
- Master’s courses with the ‘work placement’ option are available to UK, EU and international students.
- Master’s courses with the ‘work placement’ option are designed to be fully tier 4 Visa compliant.
- Work placement modules take place in semesters three to five and are structured with clearly defined professional and academic learning outcomes.
- During your placement, you will be supported and mentored by a dedicated academic supervisor as well as the EEC Futures team.
The following postgraduate courses provide you with the option to apply for a 'work placement' opportunity.
- Advanced Supply Chain Management MSc
- Advanced Mechanical Engineering MSc
- Aerospace Engineering MSc
- Air Transport Management MSc
- Automotive Engineering MSc
- Civil Engineering (Technical Route) & Civil Engineering MSc
- Control, Automation and Artificial Intelligence MSc
- Cyber Security MSc
- Data Science and Computational Intelligence MSc
- Electrical Automotive Engineering MSc
- Engineering Management MSc
- Engineering Project Management MSc
- Management of Information Systems and Technology MSc
- Renewable Energy Engineering MSc
- Structural Engineering MSc
- Supply Chain Management and Logistics MSc