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University of Nottingham

Contaminated land management assessment, investigation & modelling

A two- or three-year part-time/one-year full-time modular course with specialisation in either risk or remediation technologies. Graduates have a wide range of technical and management skills necessary to investigate, assess and remediate contaminated land. Entry requirements are a good degree in science remediation or engineering and relevant experience in contaminated land practice. The course is supported by the EPSRC Integrated Graduate Development Scheme. Much of the course is delivered by industry. The final module is a study our, likely to visit sites in North Dr Paul Nathanail, LQM, SChEME, University of Nottingham, NG72RD. Tel: 0115 951 4180. Fax:0115 951 4640. Email: paul.nathanail@nottingham.ac.uk www.nottingham.ac.uk/scheme

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