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CDS Defence & Security connect with Canterbury Christ Church University to launch a Full Masters Programme in Wireless Communications

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CDS Defence & Security is delighted to host Vice-Chancellor, Professor Rama Thirunamachandran of Canterbury Christ Church University at our Head Office in Cheltenham to officially mark the launch of our Full Masters Programme in Wireless Communications.

At CDS Defence & Security, we have developed a full Masters in Wireless Communications and are proud to launch our MSc pathway in partnership with awarding institution Canterbury Christ Church University. 

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This MSc programme sits within our wider training delivery portfolio and further extends the opportunity for students looking to formalise their experience with a university awarded and industry recognised HE qualification.

“I’m pleased to be able to announce this exciting new partnership between the University and CDS Defence & Security. The collaboration has great potential, with exciting opportunities for us to work together to support innovative training and learning opportunities.” Vice-Chancellor and Principal of Canterbury Christ Church University, Professor Rama Thirunamachandran

This course has been designed so that the completion of each award can be used as Recognition of Prior Learning towards the next award if the student wants to progress through the Masters pathway. Each award is worth 60 UCAS points.

  • Post Graduate Certificate Wireless Communications – On completion of the three weeks teaching, students have six months to produce three papers.

  • Post Graduate Diploma Wireless Communications – This has been designed to be delivered over three months, one week module a month. On each module Students will be assessed on a group activity which will be 20% of the award and will need to produce one paper. Students have six months to complete their paper.

  • MSc Wireless Communications – this includes 2 modules:

Research Methods, duration one week and students will be required to complete a 4000-word paper. Students will have six months to complete this.

Independent Research Project which will be two days and students will need to create an individual presentation which will be 20% of the award and produce a 9600-word paper. Students have six months to complete this.

We have course dates running throughout the year If you have any questions or would like to discuss this MSc Programme, please do not hesitate to contact us.