The University of Wolverhampton aims to support serving Armed Forces personnel, Veterans, Reservists and their families by providing quality courses designed to enhance personal and professional development, translating their knowledge and experience into nationally and internationally recognised qualifications that can be transferred into their role within the Armed Forces and future careers.
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An Innovative Approach for Nuclear Skills Development. The Nuclear Technology Education Consortium (NTEC), established in 2005, brings together seven pre-eminent nuclear universities in the UK plus the Nuclear department of the Defence Academy to provide a Master’s level programme in nuclear science and technology.
If you already have sufficient qualifications or you end up without the exam grades you were looking for (or you don’t have an offer for a place at university for the coming academic year, 2016), the UCAS Clearing system could be for you.
Manchester University (as part of a consortium with Liverpool and Sheffield) offers a renowned NTEC MSc course. Civvy Street spoke with two recent graduates to find out more about it and how it has shaped their careers.