Master's virtual open week

Book your sessions now for our master's virtual open week, from Monday, 18 to Friday, 22 October 2021.

Book now for the master's virtual open week

Information regarding our 2022/23 admissions cycle

Our 2022/23 postgraduate taught admissions cycle will open on Monday, 18 October. While we welcome you to apply now, please note that we may not start to review and process these until after this date.

MSc Occupational Hygiene / Careers

Year of entry: 2022

Coronavirus information for applicants and offer-holders

We understand that prospective students and offer-holders may have concerns about the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. The University is following the advice from Universities UK, Public Health England and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Read our latest coronavirus information

Career opportunities

The MSc programme is designed to suit students who are working in a wide variety of roles and sectors. Our course will show you best practice in the evaluation, management and control of occupational hazards for worker health protection and workplace health improvement.

Our course combines the academic and practical aspects of worker health protection to help your career development in occupational and industrial hygiene across a wide range of sectors, including manufacturing and petrochemical industries, mining, aerospace, retail, hospitality and healthcare businesses.

Information on careers in Occupational Hygiene with links to the British Occupational Hygiene Society are available here.

Accrediting organisations

The MSc is accredited by the British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS).

Students who successfully pass the MSc or PGDip (early exit point) are eligible to commence on the BOHS pathway to Chartered Membership of the FOH.

The MSc qualification exempts graduates from one element of the Chartered Membership assessment process.

Associated organisations