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Risk, Crisis and Disaster Management

Main organization(s): University of Leicester, Civil Safety and Security Unit. Institute of Lifelong Learning

Degree/Diploma/Certificate

MSc

Description

This course is designed to provide the students a thorough understanding in Risk Management theory and its application to real-world problems. The course aims at keeping the students up to date with the latest developments in Risk Management and provide with the skills to plan and execute research.

Subject areas

Risk, Crisis, Disaster management.

Target audience

Students, Disaster Management professionals.

Admission Requirement

A first or second-class honours degree or an acceptable equivalent professional qualification. Special consideration is given to applications from people with relevant work experience and knowledge. Proficiency in English.

Frequency

Annual

Geographical coverage

Global

Duration

2 years.

Application procedure

Completed application form, two references to send back with application form. Applications should be returned directly to the department. Literature sent in the post will guide the applicants on how to apply and advise the dates of application deadlines.

Tuition & cost

Please see finances section of the university homepage.

Deadline for application

Please see university homepage.

Contact

Dr Simon Bennett, Course Director - MSc Risk, Crisis and Disaster Management.
Civil Safety and Security Unit, Institute of Lifelong Learning
University of Leicester
128 Regent Road, Leicester LE1 7PA, UK.
Tel: +44 116 252 5921, +44 116 252 5992
E-mail: sab22@le.ac.uk, riskmanagement@le.ac.uk

Last updated

10 Oct 2007



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  • Type Distance learning
  • Level Masters
  • Location Leicester, UK.
  • Language English

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