Choosing your master's degree in Transport Systems
In an increasingly interconnected world, Cranfield’s award-winning research and teaching is helping to define the future of global transport. We specialise right across the sector: air, road, rail and marine vehicles, infrastructure, businesses and logistics, as well as the human aspects of operating, managing and using transport. Home to our internationally-recognised Automotive/Autonomous and Motorsport Engineering MScs, alongside Air Transport/Airport Planning and Management MScs and our specialist programmes in Accident Investigation and Safety and Human Factors in Aviation.
No matter which subject you wish to specialise, we are here to help you achieve your career goals.
Next steps on your transport systems postgraduate journey
- Submit an enquiry to our admissions team
- Download a course brochure
- Attend our next open day
- Contact the course team
- Start chatting with a student ambassador or an international manager using Unibuddy
Why choose a Transport Systems MSc at Cranfield University:
UK no.2 for graduate employment (DLHE longitudinal 2017). Recognised through a combination of industry relevance, academic excellence, the reputation of our graduates and the support from our Career Development Service.
- Group projects
A unique component of many of our MSc courses. These projects provide an invaluable experience delivering a collaborative project in a team environment, designed to mimic typical sector working environments.
- Industry links
Our specialist master’s courses are designed in close collaboration, and reviewed annually, by a panel of industry partners and experts to ensure content remains industry-relevant.
- Accredited courses
Many of our courses are accredited by leading institutions to help you on your future path to chartered status.
Our unique facilities support both our education and research. Transport Systems is home to our National Flying Laboratory aircraft, the Safety and Accident Investigation lab, vehicle test track and unique autonomous vehicle test facilities alongside a host of flight and vehicle simulators.
I found a job in the United Kingdom, at The London Taxi Company. I do not think I would have been able to find a job in the automotive industry without this MSc.Pauline Dumont, Engineering Graduate