Water, Waste and Environmental Engineering MSc


University of Greenwich    School of Engineering

Full time & Part time September, January MSc 1 years full-time, 2 years part-time
Engineering (12) Environmental Sciences (13)

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Embark on a transformative academic journey with the Water, Waste and Environmental Engineering MSc programme at the University of Greenwich. This comprehensive course delves into solid waste management, contaminated land treatment, and resource management, equipping graduates with the skills to tackle complex environmental challenges. The curriculum blends science, public health, and engineering, fostering a holistic approach to environmental issues. Students will hone their engineering prowess, focusing on water and waste concepts while considering environmental sustainability. The programme offers a diverse range of modules, from Hydrosystems Engineering to Waste Management and Remediation Technology, ensuring a well-rounded education. Entry requirements include a 2.2 or above bachelor's degree in relevant fields, with consideration for professional experience. With state-of-the-art facilities, industry-relevant guest lectures, and a dedicated career support team, this MSc sets the stage for a successful career in environmental engineering. Join us at the Medway Campus in Kent and unlock your potential in this dynamic field.

About the course

This Master’s in Water, Waste and Environmental Engineering combines solid waste management, and contaminated land treatment with management of the earth's resources.

This MSc course is designed for graduates from a wide range of environmental engineering backgrounds who want to apply new sustainable strategies to increasingly complex problems. We cover the technical aspects of natural and engineering environmental systems.

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Entry Requirements

You should have:

An appropriate recognised bachelor's degree 2.2 or above in engineering (civil, chemical, mechanical, environmental, industrial and agricultural) and/or natural and physical sciences, or an equivalent qualification.

Students without a first degree, but with professional and vocational experience (e.g. incorporated engineer, chartered scientist or chartered environmentalist status) may be considered if they demonstrate the potential to succeed on the course.

The University of Greenwich accepts a broad range of international qualifications for admission to our courses.


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“…I always wanted to do my masters in London. It wasn't like a university for me at the beginning, it was like a second home. …I think Greenwich has the best opportunities… I think also [the university is]… really good at advising people and trying to make them more confident in their fields or about their future. I definitely recommend it. I'm still very happy. That's why I was a student, now I'm a full-time member of staff.”

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