University of Bristol
The MSc course in Nuclear Science and Engineering is open for applications for starters in September 2018. The programme, part of the new South West Nuclear Hub, will span the faculties of Science and Engineering, exploiting the existing close inter-faculty links.
The programme provides a rich, research-focused, postgraduate programme with significant industry input. It draws on the University’s research strengths in the areas of nuclear materials science and engineering, nuclear systems and infrastructure, for which the University has a very strong record in attracting research funding and a very high research quality ranking.More about the Bristol MSc course
University of Oxford
The Programme in Nuclear and Energy Materials aims to help address the global energy problem by developing a coherent and internationally-recognised centre for world-class science in non-carbon energy materials, with strong interactions on policy and socioeconomic issues.
The Programme is based in the Department of Materials, and draws together relevant research from across the University. Professor James Marrow, the James Martin Professor of Energy Materials, leads and develops work in key materials-based energy science and technology, and will lead research projects in materials for new generations of nuclear energy.More about the Programme at Oxford