Our Reliability Engineering and Asset Management [MSc] is the only course in the world that offers a complete spectrum of education with real industrial applications in this field; ranging from maintenance systems and modelling, audit maintenance, turnaround management, reliability and maintainability, approaches in condition-based maintenance (CBM) and maintenance in design.
The lecturers on this course are experts in their field and associated with industrial companies. REAM UK is accredited by IMechE and UK students can apply for Charter Engineer membership upon completion.
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Total tuition fee is GBP 20,000, payable in 4 installments
Standard academic entry requirement for this masters course is a Second Class UK honours degree or international equivalent, in a relevant science or engineering discipline.
An English Language qualification (IELTS/iBT/TOEFL/CPE/PTE Academic/India Standard X11). If an ELQ is not available a short Skype interview will be required with the Programme Director or Head of Student Recruitment & Admissions.
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Reliability engineering and asset management is a critical field of managerial and technical importance to both the UK and the international industry.
It is estimated that a significant amount of typical yearly plant cost is spent maintaining that plant. Maintenance can make the difference in competitiveness on a global scale. Maintenance managers can make major impacts on their companies' bottom line and often report at board level.
Professor Jyoti Sinha, CEng, FIMechE, Programme Director, Head of Dynamics Laboratory
“Our teaching style is unique compared to other postgraduate engineering courses. The units are explained through industrial case studies and our teaching often takes place at plant sites to demonstrate the real world application of theory. The majority of people on this programme are plant maintenance professionals, already working in industry. As a result of this period of study they are able to contribute significantly to their organisation, with students encouraged to focus their dissertation project on real industrial problems from their parent industry. For graduates who choose this programme following their degree, they benefit from sharing the class with professionals with industrial experience and a real awareness of their problems at their workplace.”
To view the profile of Professor Jyoti Sinha, click here.