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Doug Breeze
Director, Consultant; R&D
Inspection Software Limited, United Kingdom, Joined May 2000, 20

Doug Breeze

Director, Consultant; R&D
Inspection Software Limited,
United Kingdom,
Joined May 2000
20
03:51 Oct-24-2002
Accredited NDT Degree Courses in UK

Gentlemen,

On behalf of an overseas student, I'm looking for Insitutions in UK that offer full-time 2-3 year degree courses in Non-Destructive-Testing, as an alternative to his studies in USA.

Only UK institutions or references to them, should respond please with contact details to acquire a prospectus.
Many thanks.

Doug Breeze


 
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Isac Einstein
Isac Einstein
00:04 Oct-25-2002
Re: Accredited NDT Degree Courses in UK
There ain't any


 
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Martin Lugg
Consultant,
TSC Inspection Systems, United Kingdom, Joined Nov 2000, 27

Martin Lugg

Consultant,
TSC Inspection Systems,
United Kingdom,
Joined Nov 2000
27
00:40 Oct-25-2002
Re: Accredited NDT Degree Courses in UK
: Gentlemen,
.
: On behalf of an overseas student, I'm looking for Insitutions in UK that offer full-time 2-3 year degree courses in Non-Destructive-Testing, as an alternative to his studies in USA.
.
: Only UK institutions or references to them, should respond please with contact details to acquire a prospectus.
: Many thanks.
.
: Doug Breeze
.
According to Bill Dover at UCL:

The only one that used to run was the one at Brunel which was an MSc. This
is almost certainly finished. The only other faint possibility is Professor
Bridge who I think is now at Westminster College.



 
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Robert Paynter
R & D,
U of Oxford, United Kingdom, Joined Jun 2001, 14

Robert Paynter

R & D,
U of Oxford,
United Kingdom,
Joined Jun 2001
14
01:49 Oct-28-2002
Re: Accredited NDT Degree Courses in UK
: Insitutions in UK that offer full-time 2-3 year
: degree courses in Non-Destructive-Testing, as an
: alternative to his studies in USA.

NDT is not regarded as a wide enough topic to deserve a first degreee. Most engineering courses would entertain a final year project focussing on a use of NDT. Most UK engineering degrees are 4 years.

The British institute of NDT training institutes page:
http://www.bindt.org/Mk1Site/Training.html


 
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