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Study with a Top 10 UK University Right Here in Cyprus, at a Leading University in the Region

 

World Business Year reported that The University of Warwick is one of the UK’s leading universities, with an acknowledged reputation for excellence in research and teaching, for innovation and for links with business and industry. Warwick has consistently maintained its position in the top ten of UK university league tables, offering courses with high academic content that are stimulating and challenging.
Since 2011 Eastern Mediterranean University has been the official Cyprus centre for WMG, University of Warwick MSc programmes in Engineering Business Management and Supply Chain and Logistics Management.
These highly prestigious MSc degrees can be completed in just one full year of academic study on the EMU campus, and include an option for taking two modules in the UK and other overseas centres.
All Eastern Mediterranean University students receive an automatic 20% scholarship with up to 40% offered according to academic performance at undergraduate level.
Previous students on the program have come from a wide-range of backgrounds, including engineering, business, tourism, architecture and information technology. In all cases the students have been motivated by the desire to gain not only a top class world-renowned degree but the practical knowledge and skills required of top managers in both the world of industry and the service sector.
The University of Warwick is currently ranked number 9 in the UK according to the Guardian 2017 ranking of universities, and number 51 in the world (QS System). Hence, these programs offer the chance to get a full postgraduate degree from one of the world’s top Universities.
If you would like to learn more about this opportunity and consider an application for the 2017-2018 year, please do feel free to visit the WMG EMU office on the EMU Campus or visit warwick.emu.edu.tr
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A team led by Iranian professor Behrokh Khoshnevis is working on developing robots that will be able to construct buildings in a single day.

Behrokh Khoshnevis, an Iranian professor at USC Viterbi School of Engineering in California, US, told Mehr News that he has been working on Selective Separation Sintering (SSS) process for 20 years so that he can build structures in an automated way using 3-D printing.

SSS is the first process which will be able to work in zero gravity. Compared to expensive technologies like lasers, SSS provides more speed, accuracy and independence and has high potential for space and planetary use, he added.

Khoshnevis, who is a two-time NASA competition winner, maintained that construction work is highly dangerous, and statistics show that approximately 60,000 people lose their lives during construction; “construction also takes a lot of time and costs a lot of money, therefore building structures by robots is an urgent need.”

The Iranian engineer added that his project has been followed up by NASA to be implemented on other planets as well, saying “for years, I have been conducting various research and development on the construction of structures on the moon and Mars from the materials available in space. I am hoping to be able to apply this project in Iran as the first country of choice.”

“With this method, a 200m structure can be built in one day,” he said, adding “of course we will begin with smaller buildings and with bigger machines we can construct bigger structures.”

He further added that this technology enjoys massive energy and environmental benefits, adding “any structure can have a unique design of its own with complex curves.”

Khoshnevis’ existing Contour Crafting, a mega-scale 3-D printing process, won the grand prize in a 2014 NASA competition.

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