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Environmental Diagnosis and Management MSc

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Career opportunities and job vacancies within the environmental sector are forwarded upon receipt to encourage dialogue and applications.

Class-elected representatives provide feedback to the Staff-Student MSc Committee, liaise with the teaching team, and help to organise social events.

Free study periods facilitate individual and group study, and teamwork. They also provide time to discuss academic progress, provide feedback and organise research projects.

Personal Advisors are concerned for the academic progress and social well-being of students. Their role is to discuss in confidence, academic, vocational or personal matters, and to provide references to support applications for employment or research projects.

Seminars are given by leading experts, study visit hosts and EDM MSc alumni in environmental consultancies, local and regulatory authorities, industry and research institutions. They are usually followed by informal discussion of career opportunities and potential research projects.

Tutorials are held in response to student requests for extra tuition in specific topics, and are also offered to meet student needs as perceived by the teaching team.

Student Welfare?
RHUL provides a very high level of student welfare support, which  includes advice on counselling, disability and dyslexia, emergencies, faith, families and childcare, finance, health and medical, international, off-Campus, peer guidance, personal safety, and residential matters.

RHUL is committed to the principle of education for all, and seeks to make all degree programmes equally accessible to those who may have special education needs.

Upon acceptance of an offer of a place on the course, housing applications may be made online. Applicants are encouraged to discuss details of the availability, booking and costs of housing at the earliest opportunity.

Because the locations of summer-time research projects are uncertain, it is advisable to agree a 38-week licence, which is more straightforward to extend than it is to reduce a 50-week licence. However, applicants should discuss options.

Parking is not permitted if housing is on the main RHUL Campus, but is permitted in the Halls of Residence across the A30. Applicants should discuss options with Security in the Founders Building.

MSc specific enquires concerning the content, structure and delivery, research projects, the application process, Open Days, and potential funding opportunities should be made with Dr Kevin C Clemitshaw.

E-mail: EDM MSc Course Director

General enquiries on matters such as attendance at Open Days, the Graduation Ceremony and the EDM Research Project Symposium should be addressed to Ms Lynne White.

E-mail: EDM MSc Co-ordinator Telephone: +44 (0) 1784 443581 Fax: +44 (0) 1784 471780

Address: Department of Earth Sciences, Royal Holloway University of London, Egham, Surrey TW20 0EX, UK


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