Infrastructure and Environment

Institute for Infrastructure and Environment (IIE) at the School of Engineering, University of Edinburgh

Research in Chemical Engineering

Edinburgh Castle

REF 2021

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Fire safety is an essential feature of any building or industrial plant during its lifetime. The application of engineering principles to meet design objectives is the worldwide trend in the performance-based design approach.

The three IMFSE full partners build upon their excellence in research and experience with existing educational programmes in fire Safety Engineering to deliver this unique programme. The mobility scheme allows you to spend a semester in each of the three full institutes or three affiliated institutes.

The "International Master of Science in Fire Safety Engineering" degree is a joint engineering degree signed by all three full partner universities and three affiliated universities, regardless of your mobility track. By your graduation, you have the bonus of international experience which is a highly regarded asset in the professional world.

Practical class on Fire Science Laboratory course

This programme covers the fundamentals of Fire Science, including laboratory classes, fire safety engineering and relevant structural engineering topics. You will choose your own research project from an extensive range of options and this will run in parallel with teaching, culminating in a dissertation.

Facilities and Resources

Scottish Microelectronics Centre

Small Research Facilities

The School of Engineering has a number of Small Research Facilities offering some of the most advanced technology in the world.

Research Collaboration and Partnerships

Centre for Biomedical Engineering at Edinburgh - CBEE

Research Partnerships

The School is also a partner in a number of important interdisciplinary centres within the University:

Study and Career Support

Alumni Discussions

Careers networking

Careers advice and support is also provided by members of our alumni community at events, online or through our networks and groups.

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