The new programme enables students to understand the roles and interactions between seismology, soil dynamics and structural dynamics in the determination of the vulnerability of ordinary and special structures to seismic actions. The programme imparts a combination of specialist earthquake engineering knowledge and an understanding of the social, economic and political impact of earthquake events in order to produce engineers which can provide holistic design solutions and be able to work in both engineering and disaster management roles. The MSc consists of 8 taught modules (each worth 15 credits) and a major research project (worth 45 credits) and has been developed (and will be delivered) in collaboration with civil engineering and nuclear industry professionals, disaster managers, re-insurers, academics and non-governmental organisations.
Earthquake seismology, Disaster management, Structural dynamics, Risk assessment, Mitigation.
University Students, Disaster Management Professionals.
The MSc is aimed at those with a Civil Engineering or related degree with a Second Class Honours degree (or higher). Applicants with a different degree but with relevant professional experience will be considered. Applicants from a different but related discipline may take a pre-qualifying year in the department before moving into the MSc programme. International students can find more information at international students section.
A completed application form, two reference forms (in sealed and signed envelopes), the disability and ethnic origin monitoring form, transcript/s as appropriate and applicable application fee. Application can be made online or in print form for further information please visit “how to apply section”.
UCL offers a number of scholarships and other funding for UK, EU and overseas students studying Masters courses at the University. Further information can be found at scholarship section.
GBP 2160.00 for students from GB/EU, GBP 11085.00 for international students. For further details please visit graduate fees schedules.
Please consult university home page.
19 Oct 2007
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