This one-day event provides a programme of three short courses developed with a focus on the current challenges facing the water sector and are informed by our latest world-class research.
Each of the short courses will be delivered by an academic leader in the field who also contributes to the delivery of one of our Water MSc courses where we employ the latest pedagogical approaches to maximise our students’ learning.
The programme includes three one-day long short courses that will be running in parallel each covering one of the following topics - click on the links below to find out more and book:
- Nature Based Treatment Systems
- Microplatics Characterisation and Removal
- Introduction to Flow Cytometry for Analysis of Drinking Water
At Cranfield, we pride ourselves in creating leaders in technology and management. Our research and expertise in water science and management have been making an impact for some time. We are a trusted research partner for a number of the largest UK water companies, regular advisors to government and regulators, and our 25 years of work in developing countries was recently recognised through award of the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher Education. Our water industry professionals around the world are helping to develop essential sustainable solutions to problems caused by pollution, climate change, urbanisation and the effects of poverty. Cranfield’s Water MSc courses play a key role in providing the skills and know-how to address the fundamental global changes and create well-rounded postgraduates able to excel in their chosen business sectors.