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Course structure

Michaelmas & Lent Terms Teaching of core nuclear energy subjects
Either (standard stream): One to four electives from a defined range of existing technical or management modules
Or (research stream): One to four electives from a defined range of existing technical modules (as agreed by the research supervisor);
Easter Term Long research project/dissertation May-August
Teaching methods: Lectures; seminars; supervisions; external visits; distinguished lectures; dissertation supervision
Forms of assessment: Written exam papers (at the start of the Easter Term), course work, 15000 word dissertation (completed by the end of August)

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Ani Mohan (Alumni) receives award

Jan 25, 2017

Award for Aniruddh Mohan of Humboldt Foundation's International Climate Protection Fellowship

Nuclear Energy MPhil Dissertation Conference

Jul 25, 2016

This year's Dissertation Conference for Nuclear MPhil students will be held in Lecture Theatre 1, CUED, on Tuesday 26th July from 9.45am. For more information, email

Nuclear Institute SMR 2016 Conference

Jul 06, 2016

On 8/9 June, the Nuclear Institute hosted its second conference dedicated to the topic of small modular reactors: “SMR 2016”.

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4th Year Project Deadlines

 May 2017
Each student submits two copies of Final report plus an extra copy of their technical abstract, plus their log book or electronic equivalent to Group Centres by 4pm.


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