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Why Study MSc Earthquake Engineering with Disaster Management at UCL ?

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  • The MSc programme provides an advanced knowledge of structural & earthquake engineering, while introducing students to different aspects of disaster & risk management, resilience and catastrophe modelling.
     
  • Become an expert in several software commonly used in the industry and research, such as SeismoStruct, OpenSees, Oasys GSA, ETABS, ArcGIS.
     
  • Experience research-based education by EPICentre members, a top global research centre, dealing with engineering for all sorts of natural disasters, giving you the opportunity to learn from the best experts in the field.
     
  • Students benefit from a series of Seminars by world-renowned industrial and academic experts.
     
  • Our week-long Field Trip to a recent major earthquake site, provides first-hand experience on different aspects of the course such as disaster management, structural failure and strengthening.

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  • The MSc programme is chosen among the best programmes offered at UCL for four consecutive years according to AdvanceHE, PTES.
     
  • Join 300+ Societies and Sports Clubs offered by UCL’s Students' Union.
     
  • The MSc degree is accredited and meets the requirements for becoming a Chartered Engineer (CEng).

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  • With an extensive link to the industry, companies such as ARUP, ATKINS, AKT II, Willis Towers Watson and BuroHappold contribute in delivering lectures, seminars and supporting students in their research projects.
     
  • With an excellent career prospect, UCL Careers will support you in finding the right path to ensure success in your future career.
     
  • UCL is among the five universities targeted by the UK’s leading graduate employers, according to High Fliers.
     
  • Our 150+ graduates work at top multinational companies in areas of civil & structural engineering, insurance & humanitarian, as well as universities. Some of these institutions are shown below.

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