NUCLEAR MSc COURSES
The University of Birmingham is the biggest, and longest running provider of Nuclear Degree courses in the UK. Both MSc courses are sponsored by the UK nuclear industry, who also provide lecturing, summer projects, and funding (for home students) on the course. Upon applying for one of the MSc courses an applicant is automatically considered for the funding. We also run a Nuclear Engineering undergraduate course. The next intake of the courses begin the MSc on the 21st of September 2020. Contact person: Dr Paul Norman, School of Physics & Astronomy, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston B15 2TT. Email: email@example.com PLACES/FUNDING CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
MSc Physics and Technology of Nuclear Reactors
This one year MSc programme is open to graduates of any physical science, engineering or mathematical discipline wishing to go into the nuclear industry. Integrated labs and tutorials each week bring together a wide range of topics and provide examples and guidance in person.
Summer project usually taken in industry. Sponsored by companies within the UK
nuclear industry Funding available Run continuously since 1956, it is by far the UK's longest running nuclear power degree Study Nuclear Physics, Reactor Materials,
Radiation Science, Thermal Hydraulics, Radio Chemistry and more...
MSc Nuclear Decommissioning and Waste Management
This one year multidisciplinary MSc programme is for graduates from a science-based background, wishing to go into the nuclear industry. It covers a range of the skills required to work in the nuclear industry and is co-taught with the academic staff from the Schools of Geography, Earth and Environmental Science, Physics and Chemistry.
Industrial advisory board of nuclear companies,
including the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA). Funding available Developed to meet the growing UK and worldwide need for Nuclear Decommissioning Study Decommissioning, Radiation Protection,
Fuel Cycle, Waste Management, Financial Appraisal and more...