University of Surrey
Within the School of Engineering two established Environmental Centres offer specialised postgraduate training. The Centre for Environmental Strategy, opened in 1992, is an established research and postgraduate centre and was awarded a 5A grade in the last Research Assessment Exercise, defined as "research of national and international standard". For a multidisciplinary centre, this is a real achievement - recognition of the ability and dedication of everyone who has contributed to the development of CES. The Centre for Environmental Health Engineering (CEHE)is a postgraduate research centre within the Fluids and Reserch Unit of the School of Engineering. CEHE has international expertise and projects covering the entire water cycle. These encompass water resrouces surveillance, modelling and management, water treatment, supply and regulation, wasterwater treatment, disposal and safe reuse, and pollution control and waste management
Mrs Penny Savill
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MSc Water Regulation and Management
The Centre for Environmental Health Engineering (CEHE) at the University of Surrey is a well-established multidisciplinary postgraduate centre with an international reputation for excellence in water and environmental engineering.
The CEHE has strong links with The Drinking Water Inspectorate for England and Wales and has therefore been able to develop this unique programme which is relevant in both the UK and developing countries.
The MSc programme is appropriate for professionals planning to take up a position within water industry or government organisations that require knowledge of regulatory processes relating to the provision of drinking water.
To apply you should possess a minimum of an Upper Second class honours degree in civil/chemical engineering or equivalent. Alternatively, at least five years' experience and/or a professional qualification. The programme can be studied on a full-time or part-time basis and starts in February and September 2011.
To find out more, please contact us.
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