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Study risk management in the UK

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Master's in risk management in the UK

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    Infection Prevention and Control - MSc University of Dundee, UK

    Program type
    Master's
    Duration
    42 months
    Tuition fees per year
    18,150 GBP
    Start date
    January, September
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    Autonomous Vehicle Dynamics and Control - MSc Cranfield University, UK

    Program type
    Master's
    Duration
    1 year
    Tuition fees per year
    20,500 GBP
    Start date
    October
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    Criminal Justice and Crime Control - MSc University of Hull, UK

    Program type
    Master's
    Duration
    1 year
    Tuition fees per year
    14,000 GBP
    Start date
    January, September
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    Applied Instrumentation and Control - MSc Glasgow Caledonian University, UK

    Program type
    Master's
    Duration
    1 year
    Tuition fees per year
    12,980 GBP
    Start date
    September
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    Industrial Control Engineering - MSc University of Gloucestershire, UK

    Program type
    Master's
    Duration
    3 years
    Tuition fees per year
    14,680 GBP
    Start date
    September
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