EU MSc in Radioecology
At the Norwegian University of Life Science (UMB), there is an established European Master of Science in Radioecology. Mostly this is delivered as intensive, 3 week, courses.
Why study Radioecology?
• There is an urgent need for university trained candidates within nuclear sciences, including radioecology.
• Radioecology is a key research area ranging from nuclear sources to impact and risk assessments and radiation protection.
• You are interested in solving environmental challengers due to the nuclear industry and waste management
For information on the forthcoming CERAD CoE and STAR Courses “RADIOECOLOGY” (5 ECTS) AND “EXPERIMENTAL RADIOECOLOGY” (10 ECTS) see the course brochure and the first announcement. Further information is also available on the UMB web pages . Note the pre-registration deadline was 27th June 2013 but registration may still be accepted until 31st August if space is still available.
A mutual recognition agreement is now signed with University of Aix-Marseille on their Master of Science within Terrestrial Environmental Science, so students can take courses at both Universities, getting full credits for each course.