Aquatic Resource Management is taught jointly with the University Marine Biological Station at Millport and with major input from the UK water industry, environmental regulators and aquatic scientists. Includes a 12 week internship. Unique mix of freshwater, estuarine and marine science and management. Close collaboration with outside organisations active in aquatic management.
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- 12 week project placement (internship) gives a headstart into employment.
- Unique mix of freshwater, estuarine and marine science and management.
- Close collaboration with outside organisations who are active in the aquatic management arena.
- Located in the heart of London.
Dr Michael Chadwick
Extensive links with governmental and private sector organisations dealing with aquatic resource management who provide placement (internship) opportunities and visiting lecturers. An external advisory board of senior water management personnel and aquatic scientists advises on curriculum development and delivery.
King's College London
Credit value (UK/ECTS equivalent)
UK 180/ECTS 90
One year FT, September to September.
Strand Campus; marine modules at University Marine Biological Station Millport, Scotland; internships in UK and overseas.
This vocational programme has an outstanding employment record with 95 per cent of graduates gaining employment or undertaking research within water management. Many graduates now occupy senior management positions in the UK and overseas.
Year of entry 2013