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IDipNEBOSH to MSc: Hull vs Middelsex vs Greenwich

Post by Equilibrium » Fri May 10, 2019 3:11 pm

Good day

I have finally decided to do the MSc and from my research on the different Universities I have narrowed it down to two options.

1. Hull University
2. Middlesex University

Hull seems to be very popular under NEBOSH students, but is there maybe someone here that has experience with the MSc taught by Middlesex?

Summary:

HULL UNIVERSITY
FEES: £ 16 600 approx.
Modules : 6
MSc/MRes in Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental Management (in partnership with NEBOSH)

MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY
FEES: £ 13 900 approx.
Modules: 7
Occupational Health and Safety and Environmental Management MSc/PGDip

Hull University is unfortunately already full for September 2019 intakes :(
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Re: IDipNEBOSH to MSc: Hull vs Middlesex

Post by Equilibrium » Sat May 11, 2019 8:08 am

I converted my research table to pictures and tried to put it in the post .scratch

With little success, I attached it as a pdf document.

As extracted from the respective University sites it seems that the Middlesex MSc contain some skills development with practical demonstrations in laboratory, etc. compared to the MSc of Hull that seems research and methodology based.

I might be wrong or misled, but to me the modules from the Middlesex MSc cover a broader spectrum that is attractive from 'n skills development point of view. .scratch

If you only do the MSc to say you have a MSc, I guess it is irrelevant what skills you gained apart from the obvious research and writing skills that are gained from doing a Masters. :D
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Re: IDipNEBOSH to MSc: Hull vs Middlesex

Post by Equilibrium » Wed May 15, 2019 9:36 am

*Update*

I received some unfortunate news today from the Program leader at Middlesex.

The Middlesex MSc cannot be done distant learning and attendance for classes are required :crybaby: :crybaby:

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Re: IDipNEBOSH to MSc: Hull vs Middlesex

Post by Alexis » Sat May 18, 2019 11:09 am

Equilibrium wrote:
Wed May 15, 2019 9:36 am
*Update*

I received some unfortunate news today from the Program leader at Middlesex.

The Middlesex MSc cannot be done distant learning and attendance for classes are required :crybaby: :crybaby:
Aw, so sorry to hear this Equilibrium. Have you any other plans or thoughts?
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Re: IDipNEBOSH to MSc: Hull vs Middlesex

Post by Equilibrium » Sat May 18, 2019 12:49 pm

Hi Alexis

Dr A. Page, the program leader of the MSc at Middlesex, has been very helpful and gave me some alternative options to consider with them or follow up with Greenwich University as their MSc can be done long distance.

I have submitted my application for the 2019 September intake. Now it is fingers crossed to get accepted :)

Below are more details.

Greenwich : Safety, Health and Environment, PGDip / MSc

Year 1

Students are required to study the following compulsory modules.
• Critical Thinking (DL) (10 credits)
• Environment Impact and Management (20 credits)
• Safety & Risk Management (20 credits)
• The Chemical Environment (20 credits)
• Management of Physical Agents (20 credits)
• Research Methods (DL) (10 credits)

Year 2
Students are required to study the following compulsory modules.
• Dissertation (OSH) (40 credits)
• Ergonomics & Workplace Psychology (20 credits)

Students are required to choose 20 credits from this list of options.
• The Reflective Practitioner (20 credits)
• Disaster Management and Recovery (20 credits)

Current Fees: Fees for the academic session 2019/20 are £1,375 per 30 credits. Total fees for the course (the course comprises of 180 credits) are £8,250


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Re: IDipNEBOSH to MSc: Hull vs Middlesex

Post by Alexis » Sat May 18, 2019 12:54 pm

Equilibrium wrote:
Sat May 18, 2019 12:49 pm
Hi Alexis

Dr A. Page, the program leader of the MSc at Middlesex, has been very helpful and gave me some alternative options to consider with them or follow up with Greenwich University as their MSc can be done long distance.

I have submitted my application for the 2019 September intake. Now it is fingers crossed to get accepted :)

Below are more details.

Greenwich : Safety, Health and Environment, PGDip / MSc

Year 1

Students are required to study the following compulsory modules.
• Critical Thinking (DL) (10 credits)
• Environment Impact and Management (20 credits)
• Safety & Risk Management (20 credits)
• The Chemical Environment (20 credits)
• Management of Physical Agents (20 credits)
• Research Methods (DL) (10 credits)

Year 2
Students are required to study the following compulsory modules.
• Dissertation (OSH) (40 credits)
• Ergonomics & Workplace Psychology (20 credits)

Students are required to choose 20 credits from this list of options.
• The Reflective Practitioner (20 credits)
• Disaster Management and Recovery (20 credits)

Current Fees: Fees for the academic session 2019/20 are £1,375 per 30 credits. Total fees for the course (the course comprises of 180 credits) are £8,250
That's good news and great help from Dr A Page. ./thumbsup..

The very best of luck to receive your acceptance quickly and will look forward to hearing how your study goes. .salut
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Re: IDipNEBOSH to MSc: Hull vs Middelsex vs Greenwich

Post by Equilibrium » Sat May 18, 2019 1:00 pm

Thank you Alexis

I am very exited to finally do this :D

Will update as I have progress going forward.

Cheers

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