Masters Degrees

Our masters programmes have two semesters of taught modules followed by one semester for the dissertation.  

MSc in Radiation and Environmental Protection (REP) Students working in lab

Each of our Masters courses has an individual programme of modules running over the autumn and spring semesters. Then the student undertakes the project and writes the dissertation.The dissertation forms one third of the masters degree. Work starts on the dissertation at the end of summer, with the majority of the work taking place during the summer.

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If you need help with a particular module, please contact the lecturer. For any other academic matters, please contact your personal tutor. If you want advice from your fellow students, then get in touch with one of our student representatives, who will be able to pass on your comments to the Director of Studies.

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MSc Medical Physics students

Jan Poingdestre

MSc Radiation and Environmental Protection, and Radiation Detection and Instrumentation students

Kas Sommers

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