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Our postgraduate programmes in Protective Security and Resilience (PG Cert, PG Dip, MSc) are shaped by research-active staff and real world events. Delivered in a friendly and supportive learning environment, these innovative and highly interactive programmes allow students to understand and analyse current issues and develop their skills in response.
The Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) is a teacher training course tailored specifically for trainee teachers employed either in independent schools (junior, preparatory and senior) in the UK or in schools abroad.
Our Postgraduate Certificate in Education with Qualified Teacher Status (PGCE with QTS) is an Initial Teacher Training course, offered at primary level (ages 5-11 and 7-11) and in all subjects at secondary level (ages 11-16, 11-18 and 14-19). Upon successful completion, it certifies trainees to teach in state-maintained schools in England. Applicants for the course can also teach in independent schools.
This degree covers a range of specialist topics within the interdisciplinary field of emergency preparedness, response, recovery and resilience. It is practitioner-facing and combines case studies with theory and concepts, to ensure your preparedness for real-life emergencies.
Disaster Management and Resilience MSc can develop your existing skills to help you manage risk and respond to disasters, food insecurity, and conflict.
This MA Management (Advance Standing) is aimed at managers with two or more years of professional experience.
This civil and environmental engineering course is aimed at students who aspire to become professionally qualified engineers. If you wish to study civil engineering in the UK or abroad with an emphasis on environmental engineering, then this may be the course for you.