Why study Radioecology?
- There is an urgent need of university trained candidates within nuclear sciences, including radioecology.
- It`s a key research area ranging from nuclear sources to impact and risk assessments and radiation protection.
- Interested in solving environmental challengers due to the nuclear industry and waste management.
Contents of the programme
In a diverse learning process, you will gain knowledge about radioecology; behaviour of radionuclides in the environment, as well as impact and risk assessment based on radiochemistry and radiation protection, the nuclear industry and waste management, project management and research methods.
Skills in these areas are required not only to deal with currently installed nuclear capacity and decommissioned facilities, but also to meet the needs presented by likely new build nuclear installations.
A wide range of positions related to authorities responsible for the national legislation and the nuclear energy industry e.g., within governments, services, development projects, technical support and consultancy, environmental protection as well as within institutions responsible for research and education.
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