MSc Environmental Management (Waste, Energy, Water, Oil and Gas)

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Full Time - 16 months 
Part Time - 2 years

What you will study:

The MSc Environmental Management comprises of eight taught modules. Three compulsory modules, four optional modules and a Masters project. You also have the option to broaden your understanding of environmental issues via the general masters curriculum or to select modules from one of four specific pathways - waste, energy, water or oil & gas.


  • Health Safety and Environmental Management
  • Climate Change and Carbon Management
  • Energy Technology
  • GIS and Environmental Management
  • Renewable Energy Technologies
  • Water Quality and Waste Water Treatment
  • Plus additional energy, waste, water or oil & gas modules dependant on pathway

Download the Programme Specification here for a detailed breakdown of the programme structure.

Fees & Funding

Tuition fees are mostly determined by your fee status. Please see What is my Fee Status at this link 

Full Time Tuition Fees 2019/2020
Home: £5,500
RUK £5,500
EU: £5,500
International: £12,980

View the part-time fees for 2019/2020 here.

Entry Requirements

BSc Hons 2.2 or above in an appropriate area. To view the standard and international entry requirements see the 'entry requirements' section at this link. 

How to Apply

Please complete your details on this entry enquiry form.

Contact Details

General Enquiries
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While studying for this course, you will be eligible to apply for Student Membership of CIWM

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be eligible to apply for Graduate Membership of CIWM

With the relevant industry experience, you will be eligible to apply to become an Associate Member (Assoc MCIWM) of CIWM