Application may be made at any time for entry onto the programme in January or late September, closure dates for applications is normally mid/July. Commencement of the autumn semester in Birmingham is Monday XX September 2011.
Application forms can be obtained in electronic or hard copy from the course administrator firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications are considered by Edinburgh Napier Univeristy's centralised admissions and the programme leader. The final decision is based on the application itself and on the academic reference. Applicants without an Honours degree or equivalent may be invited for interview and/or asked to submit a portfolio of relevant work. All applicants should receive a response from the University within four weeks of applying.
Applicants whose first language is not English must provide evidence of being able to do so well enough to undertake the programme without difficulty. Examples of acceptable qualifications are IELTS at 6.5 or above or a TOEFL score of 600 or above (240 or above in the electronic version).
- Professor Tom Rye, Professor of Transport Policy and Mobility Management
- Dr. Wafaa Saleh, Senior Lecturer in Transportation/Teaching Fellow
- Dr. Jonathan Cowie, Lecturer in Transport Economics
- Dr Kathryn Stewart, Lecturer in Transportation
- Dr Andrew MacIver, Lecturer in Transport Engineering and ITS
- Dr Tom van Vuren, Divisional Director - MottMacdonald; Lecturer in Transport Studies
- David Bull, Assistant Director, Birmingham City Council - Development Strategy
- Johnny Ojeil and Adrian Lord - Directors - Arup
- We are always active in ensuring that the best local practitioners deliver additional lectures who are also expert transport planners and engineers. This continuum in bringing high quality expertise to the course provides students with current project information undertaken by consultancy companies in the West Midlands including the evaluation and appraisal of recent transport projects.