Universities Transport Study Group: Review of Masters' Courses
Results of a survey conducted by Universities Transport Study Group of British employers in the transport field; this part reports on responses from consultants, local authorities and public transport operators.
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attaining MSc/MEng/MA authorities BOROUGH AND DISTRICT British Rail compulsory considered CONSULTANTS COUNTY SURVEYORS county councils COUNTY SURVEYORS LONDON degree and experience degree or experience demand for graduates DISTRICT BUS OPERATORS emphasis employer's offices employment RESPONDENT CONSULTANTS experience With Masters field of transport further discussion graduate recruits graduate staff Greater Manchester groups of employers half the consultants high percentage highway planning involved in transport London Transport modular courses MSc/MEng/MA courses Number of Graduates Number of Masters Number per firm Number recruited organisation participate in further particularly postgraduate courses professional qualifications proportion of employers public transport management public transport operators Question questionnaire recruitment rates recruits with masters release staff replying RESPONDENT CONSULTANTS COUNTY response rates salary costs Section SERC sought information South Yorkshire Specialisation SURVEYORS LONDON BOROUGH third of consultants Traffic Engineering traffic flow theory traffic management transport field Transport model testing transport planning transport policy transport topics wholly involved YES/NO Yorkshire