A Masters course can really help you to stand out in today’s competitive job market. All of our courses have been developed in partnership with industry, are guided by current research, and provide excellent teaching. You’ll develop specialist knowledge which will set you apart from the rest of your peers and help you on your career path.
We also contribute modules to the Sustainable Cities MSc, which is taught in partnership with the Schools of Earth and Environment and Geography, the Transport Infrastructure: Design and Construction MSc (Eng) and Railway Engineering and Project Management MSc (Eng), which are taught by the School of Civil Engineering, and the Urban Data Science and Analytics MSc, led by the School of Geography.
Studying a Masters at Leeds means you’ll join a large and growing postgraduate community in the Institute for Transport Studies. As a member you’ll be an active participant in the work of the School and contribute to research output through publications and research seminars and discussion groups.
All our Masters courses reflect the research interests of our staff who are at the cutting edge of research in their field.
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Careers and employability
Our courses are designed by research leaders in collaboration with some of the most respected players in the industry. On our Industrial Advisory Committee, academic knowledge and research meets real-world practices to ensure our courses are up-to-date and industry-relevant.