PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WITH PLYMOUTH UNIVERSITY
Plymouth University provides exciting opportunities for personal, professional and business development.
Our reputation for innovative course design and delivery underpins a range of programmes, modules and short courses which aim to be appropriate, effective and relevant for those who would like to access higher education on a part-time or occasional basis.
Professional Development opportunities at Plymouth University are designed to meet the needs of individuals working in business and industry, the public sector and their community, delivered in a range of locations.
Professional Development supports individuals and employers.
Follow the link (Available Professional Development courses) to view Professional Development courses on offer. If you have a bespoke Professional Development enquiry please contact the Enterprise Solutions team who will be able to signpost you to the relevant members of University staff.
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The proposed short-courses are modules taught as part of the MSc Robotics Technology, a joint two-year course delivered in Y1 at Plymouth and in Y2 at Carnegie Mellon University in the US. The modules can be taken independently, but require various degrees of prior knowledge, mostly programming skills.
The MSc programme Leader, associate professor Guido Bugmann has 3 patents and over 140 publications in areas such as service robotics, neural systems and spoken interfaces. The modules can be taken independently, but require various degrees of prior knowledge, mostly programming skills.
Further information about the short courses can be found on the Robotics course details page.