Earn MSc Degree in Textile Engineering | Masters Degree University & Colleges
March 13, 2012|Posted in: Textiles University
Having an undergraduate degree doesn’t give you the full professionalism now a day. You have been more educated and should be in deeper knowledge to be an expert of a given subject. MSc in Textile Engineering and Technology would give you the expertise in the Textile Field with the hardcore knowledge to make initiatives in the world’s textile sector.
As Msc in Textile Engineering is a more advanced course for the undergraduate engineers; an MSc course providing University needs to be more advanced to offer all the curriculums and syllabus along with advanced Textile Lab where students will get everything to run their research work run smoothly.
Very few universities of the world are currently offering the Masters Degree in Textile Engineering. As the students from Asian subcontinent are more interested in having masters degree in Textile; some Universities are launching Masters Degree courses for these students now a day.
There is a list of Universities those which are offering MSc in Textile Engineering &Technology for the International students:-
1. Bolton University: Bolton University is one of the most popular and ancient university of United Kingdom. This university offers the Full Time and Part Time Msc Degree in Textile Engineering. Their Msc Degree name is International Textile Business & Innovation. The Course duration is 1 year and the course is started 2 times of a year which is September and January. The International candidates (who’s native language is not English) must have to have an IELTS score of 6.5. Students who are going to apply; s/he must have to have a honors degree with a minimum grade point 2.2. The contact address of Bolton University is: Deane Campus, Deane Road, Bolton, BL3 5AB. For course details please contact to the University by: Tel: +44 (0)1204 903105 and you can email them to at: T.Rowe@bolton.ac.uk. If you want to know how to apply then contact their student services at: Tel: +44 (0)1204 903903, Email: email@example.com.
2. The University of Manchester: The University of Manchester is very renowned for the Textile Engineering Courses and Degrees. They provide several Textile Diploma, Honors and Ms.c Degree in Campus based and online format within part time & Full time facilities. To get yourself admitted in the University of Manchester for earning Msc in Textile Engineering & Technology degree; you must have to have a honors degree in addition to minimum 2.2 scores in related science or Engineering fields. This university gives you several courses during taking Msc Degree like Technical Textiles, Textile Material and Performance Evaluation, Yarn and Nonevent Technology, Coloration Technology, Knit Cad, Knitting, Weaving and Weaving CAD. You can directly contact with them by Phone: Tel: +44 (0) 161 306 4144, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. Kaunas University of Technology: Kaunas University of Technology is a popular university of Lithuania. Kaunas University offers Msc in Textile Engineering for the students who want to upgrade themselves with fiber and textiles advanced thoughts. The Msc Degree programs in Kaunas University are about 2 years long. That means the total duration is 24 months. Education semester is started at the month of September. The applicant must have to have a 3 years bachelor degree in clothing or textile engineering. If you come from an non-English country; you must have to have a good IELTS score for getting yourself admitted in this university.
Now choose the best Textile Engineering University or Colleges to earn your degree of Msc in Textile Engineering. Cheers dudes.
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