Master of Engineering

Academic Plan - EBM

Candidates for the M.Eng/M.Sc. awards must attend a minimum of 12 modules (equivalent to 24 credits) and undertake an industrial-oriented project which must be reported in the form of a dissertation.

Each module is usually conducted over a period of five days – Saturday, Sunday, and then Friday, Saturday, Sunday of the following week. It consists of 40-45 hours of intensive lectures, tutorials, seminar, case studies, or laboratory activities.


Degree Requirements

In order to qualify for graduation, a candidate must satisfy the assessment requirements of both Chulalongkorn and Warwick Universities:

  • Complete 12 modules (or more, if necessary).
  • Chulalongkorn University: Combined GPA of 3.00 and satisfactory dissertation.
  • Warwick University: Satisfy PMA scores (at least 50%) in at least 9 modules and satisfy dissertation score (at least 50%).
  • Comply with module requirements.
  • The dissertation title must be in the domains of engineering processes or industrial operations or organization management

Module Requirements

Candidates must attend a minimum of 12 modules under the following conditions:
– 11 Compulsory Modules (either in our Centre or overseas partner Centres)

– 1 Elective Modules (choose from any of numerous WMG modules, either in our Centre or overseas partner Certres)

Students, who were enrolled before July 2016, have to study 14 modules (8 cores and 6 electives).

See the current modules currently available in our center.


The details of the option based on WMG and CU requirements are explained in this document