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Natural Hazards Master in Science by Research - At the institution - Coventry - West Midlands
a) Provide students with substantive knowledge and understanding of a variety of methods, techniques and approaches that support research into natural hazards b) Allow and encourage students to pursue a sustained programme of original research in an appropriate field of enquiry c) Develop a range of professional competencies and personal transferable skills that will enable students to pursue a variety of employment opportunities or to continue with more advanced research programmes.
Successful applicants must normally hold at least a lower second Honours degree in a related subject. Applicants with a lower class of degree and/or from outside of these areas will be considered individually and are usually interviewed prior to being offered a place. Applicants without a first degree, but who have relevant work experience, are also considered on an individual basis.
Natural Hazards Master in Science by Research
Natural hazards, and the associated human disasters, regularly create interest in the international press and prompt responses from governments and relief agencies. This course is designed to equip students with the advanced research skills required to support a substantive piece of original research into a chosen aspect of a particular natural hazard.
The Masters by Research Programme in Natural Hazards will appeal to those students who have an interest in recent, historical and geological events that have impacted on human populations. The programme will also prepare students contemplating progress to MPhil and/or PhD training programmes.
Potential research projects relevant to the programme include non-climatic (eg earthquakes, tsunamis, subaerial slides, submarine slides, glacial hazards, permafrost hazards, periglacial hazards and aeolian hazards) as well as climatic hazards (eg hurricanes, tornadoes, blizzards, storms, desertification, storm surges, sea level rise and river floods).
Additional support for international students
Coventry University takes pride in the culture and richness that its international students bring to campus life. Currently over 2,000 international students from some 90 countries are pursuing programmes of study here, with a growing amount enrolling on postgraduate courses. A recent report ranked the University highly in terms of international student numbers, recognising our reputation as a leading international institution.
To meet the needs of this rapidly growing community within the University's student population, our International Office is on hand to provide assistance on all relevant matters such as visas and immigration. It also serves as an information centre to help international visitors locate the many services and activities both on campus and further afield.