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Acoustical Engineering MSc

University of Southampton

Key Information

Course duration: 1 year

Mode of study: Full time

Qualification: MSc - Master of Science

Subject Ranking

Mechanical Engineering

  • Research Quality
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    3.23 / 4.00
  • Research Intensity
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    1.00 / 1.00

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Fees

Home students: £9,250 per year
EU students: £9,250 per course
Overseas students: £22,628 per year

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The Course

Summary

Our MSc, hosted by the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research (ISVR), requires no prior knowledge of acoustics. Graduates of science, engineering or mathematics will study vibrations in structures, applied signal processing and human effects of sound and vibration and have the opportunity to specialise in a Signal Processing or Structural Vibration pathway. Acoustical engineers are in great demand, and we will give you the chance to work on a wide range of real-world applications.

Start Dates

  • September 2019 at Highfield Campus

University of Southampton

University League Table Ranking: 20th

The University of Southampton dates back to 1862: located on the south coast of England, it is close to the New Forest and the Isle of Wight. The main campus is north of the city centre, near to a large managed woodland. There are excellent road, rail, sea and air links and London is just over an hour...

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Postal Address

Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences
University of Southampton
Highfield
Southampton
SO17 1BJ
ENGLAND

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