Masters of Science in Innovation through Design, Media, Arts and Technology (IDMAT) provides a unique bridge between academic research and real-world applications.
Joint and Dual Postgraduate Degrees
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The MSc in Sustainable Food Systems aims to train professionals who will develop innovations on producing food sustainably by managing linked systems in terrestrial and aquatic environments.
The multi-disciplinary PhD in Sustainable Food Systems programme harnesses the strengths in agriculture and fisheries of Central Luzon State University and University of Liverpool.
The jointly-delivered programmes aim to produce graduates with a deep understanding of the importance of computational expertise as it applies to various fields of human endeavour.
The two programmes weave principles of design in articulating and developing innovative solutions to concerns that affect teaching, learning, and governance in school environments.
Graduates of the program will have disaster-related knowledge and skills which are a recognized need in a region that is fraught with natural hazards and emergent environmental disasters.
The programme aims to address the manpower needs of the country, understand the Philippines’ unstudied deep sea areas through research and increase Silliman University’s research output.
Both UPD-IESM and UoR will find the common niche in their respective meteorology expertise; provide avenues for faculty and student research exchanges, and retooling of faculty capacities.
A dual degree offered by the University of San Carlos and Coventry University.
The joint PhD programme between the University of Reading (UoR) and the University Santo Tomas (UST) will build on the extensive experience of UoR to deliver a world class programme of PhDs.
Joint degree between University of San Carlos and Cardiff Metropolitan University.
The University of Santo Tomas and the University of Leeds will develop a TNE model of collaboration for the award of a dual degree Masters of Public Health International.