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MSc Project

Delegates registering for the MSc degree are required to undertake a Project [60 credits at level M] and embody their results in a Dissertation, which may be submitted only after successful completion of the required number of taught modules. The normal duration of study for the MSc Project is approximately 9 months but this period may vary significantly due to local constraints.

Normally the Project is undertaken at the delegate's place of work under terms to be agreed by both the Academic Supervisor and Industrial Advisor. In exceptional cases arrangements may be made for Projects to be undertaken at an alternative location approved by the Programme Director and endorsed by the Board of Studies, which might be an alternative industrial facility or university laboratory.

Diploma 'Mini-Project'

Delegates opting for the postgraduate Diploma may alternatively undertake a 'Mini-Project' [15 credits at level M] in place of one taught module. This embodies a 'mini-dissertation', which may be submitted only after successful completion of the required number of taught modules.

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Mrs Sandra Peace
IGDS Programme Co-ordinator
IGDS Office
School of Electronics and Physical Sciences
University of Surrey
Guildford
Surrey
GU2 7XH UK

Tel +44 (0)1483 686 138
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