Specialist Environmental Masters programmes
Cranfield University offers a specialist portfolio of professionally accredited environmental Masters programmes. Our teaching is informed by our research and developed in consultation with our industry advisory panels, ensuring it is up-to-date, relevant and providing the skills and knowledge required by employers.
Cranfield is recognised internationally for our agricultural, water and environmental research. In the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise we received a strong result in the Agriculture Unit of Assessment, with 85% gaining international status and 40% of that research being deemed of an internationally excellent standard.
Cranfield University has a number of subject specific Scholarships, up to £9k towards living costs, plus UK/EU fees*
Cranfield-Euclid Scholarships for mathematics graduates
Students must highlight their interest in the scholarship on their application form.
Courses are available for full-time and part-time study. There are also short course options availableMSc Environmental Risk Management
MSc Renewable Energy Technology
MSc Energy Supply for Low Carbon Futures
MSc Economics for Natural Resource and Environmental Management
MSc Environmental Engineering
MSc Environmental Management for Business
MSc Geographical Information Management
MSc Land Reclamation and Restoration
MSc Materials for Energy Systems
MSc Environment and Public Policy
MSc Environmental Informatics
MSc Integrated Landscape Ecology
MSc Waste and Resource Management
MSc Water and Wastewater Engineering
MSc Community Water and Sanitation
MSc Environmental Water Management
MSc Offshore and Ocean Technology with Offshore Materials Engineering
MSc Offshore and Ocean Technology with Offshore Renewable Energy
MSc Offshore and Ocean Technology with Risk Management
MSc Offshore and Ocean Technology with Pipeline Engineering
MSc Offshore and Ocean Technology with Subsea Engineering
MSc by Research Agricultural and Environmental Engineering
MTech Water Process
Course Structures: All courses comprise eight one-week assessed modules, a group project and an individual research project. The group projects enable the realism of real life projects to be introduced, and the individual research project provides an opportunity to study a problem in some detail. Part-time students can complete a dissertation instead of group projects.
Entry requirements: Candidates must possess, or be expected to achieve, a 1st or 2nd class UK honours degree or equivalent in a relevant discipline from a wide range of backgrounds such as geography, environmental sciences, surveying, engineering, agriculture/forestry, chemical and biological sciences, mathematics. Other relevant qualifications together with considerable industrial experience may be considered.
Why Cranfield: When you come to Cranfield you are choosing a wholly postgraduate university ranked number one in the UK for staff to student ratio, and in the top five UK research intensive universities. You will be surrounded by, and studying with, like-minded people in a professional environment with access to state-of-the-art facilities. You will also benefit from our highest rated teaching informed by cutting-edge research, our international community, and our global network of contacts.
Following graduation you will have the skills and knowledge required to make an immediate contribution to any employer.
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