The discipline is based on the application of existing technology within a field of engineering through the use of basic engineering principles and technical skills. As such, undergraduate and graduate programmes in the field focus primarily on the applied aspects of science and engineering to equip graduates with practical technical skills in product improvement, manufacturing, construction or engineering operational functions.
Studying engineering equips students with practical skills to acquire and apply scientific, mathematical, economic, social and practical knowledge to design and build structures, machines, devices, systems, materials and processes that safely serve as a solution to the needs of society. Combined with knowledge and processes related to technology, programmes in engineering and technology field provide students tools and skills to manipulate materials so to shape and change the physical world to meet needs. Through hands-on training, students are encouraged to come up with creative applications of scientific principles.
The ability to create modern, attractively designed page layouts and accurate printed documents is highly valued in design companies and many other types of business today. This course provides both the technical know-how and an understanding of the principles of visual language, to give you the confidence to make design decisions and help you develop a 'good eye' for design.
For today’s companies, whether you’re a high-powered multinational organisation, or a newly founded start-up companyy, its strategies will continue to play an ever increasing role in your business. It’s no longer just about having technology, but learning how you can exploit your competitive advantages through it. During our 12 week course, provided by the London School of Business and Finance, students will learn how critical a technology strategy plays in the role of the 21st century organisation’s current and future needs, and how this can be obtained.
Throughout the 3-9 month Advanced Diploma course in Oil, Gas, and Energy - provided by the London School of Business and Finance - you will broach subjects pertaining to these commodities by exploring such topics as: energy sector strategies, nuclear power and renewable, the roles of the government and territories containing hydrocarbon reserves, national and international ‘big oil’ companies, along with in depth discussions on how accounting and leadership can aid your strategy.
In our 12 weeks course you will be introduced to the oil and gas business and the key factors facing this global industry today. Covering the life cycle of an oil field - from discovery to abandonment - you will see the various steps and entities involved in the process. A key part of this course, offered by the London School of Business and Finance, is the discussion of the public's perceptions, the roles of governments and other agencies, and finally contract law associated with your newly found oil field.
The Carbon Management and Entrepreneurship programme looks to give you the relevant skills and knowledge to begin working in the carbon management based sector by developing key competencies in the areas of both the drivers for and the practicalities of reducing greenhouse gas emissions - exploring carbon management from the perspective of individuals, communities, corporations, and governments.
This intensive 3-9 month advanced diploma in Carbon Management course takes the best tools of Project Management and applies them to a carbon management and environmental setting. Exploring topics such as climate change policy responses at a local, national and international level, resource management and cross-cultural leadership, contemporary issues in strategic business management, and ethics and strategy management will broaden your skill-set in an ever changing industry.
This course/seminar will address Information assurance (IA) which is the practice of assuring information and managing risks related to the use, processing, storage, and transmission of information or data and the systems and processes used for those purposes.
The course will address basic principles of stormwater management approaches in urban areas, such as Low Impact Development (LID), Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS), Sustainable Urban Drainage Schemes (SUDS), Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD), etc. The course focus will be on low-rise high density housing (LRHD) area opportunities and limitations for stormwater management approaches implementation.
The program deals with three aspects of creativity: 1.) Creativity in individuals - psychological view: Influence of intelligence and personality on creativity – Definition of creativity, methods to unfold creativity 2.) Creativity in teams: Team performance; Intercultural and interdisciplinary aspects of teams – Idea generation in teams, creativity techniques in teams 3.)
The participants of the Advanced Topics in Modern Engineering course will see the trends in production technology, history of production, will learn about the profile and characteristics of a modern engineer and explore the opportunities of academic as well as industrial career for a young engineer. The program will include technical as well as soft skills topics. During the program, an excursion to the Technical Museum of Vienna and one of production plants is planned.