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Good Afternoon, I work in railway industry for the past 4/5 years in the UK. After a chat with my boss/employee we agreed to apply for MSc Railway System Engineering and Integration. I’ve sent emails to University Birmingham but unable to revceive and answer. I do require details of the course, fees, syllabus, etc to present to the company as well. Please if you could give me more details rather than the link for the MSc from your website. Many thanks
Hi Carlos. That is great that you have the support from your employer to study the Masters in Railway System Engineering and Integration. I’m sorry you have not yet received any email responses. Did you contact Joy Grey? He is the programme administrator and will be able to provide you with more details about the course content. In the meantime, you can download the typical timetable and module descriptions from the Course Finder page. If you are based in the UK, you might like to try calling Joy Grey too.
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