To become an environmental health professional registered with the EHRB, you normally need to complete one of the degrees we accredit. There are a number of universities offering accredited environmental health degrees in the UK and abroad, including undergraduate and postgraduate courses on a full-time or part-time basis.
For school or college leavers, entry requirements vary from university to university. Alternatively, entry can be gained through an appropriate GNVQ, BTEC or Foundation degree qualification.
For non-traditional applicants, there are flexible routes into the BSc degree, including a one-year science access or Foundation degree. People who already have a BSc in another field may be able to gain entry to an accredited postgraduate MSc course.
Approved centres offering our qualifications and Programme Course Director contact details:
Contact: Gayle Davies
Contact: Hayley Robinson-Mitchell
Contact: Mr Graeme Mitchell
Contact: Ruth Plume
Contact: Ursula Walsh
Contact: David Lown
Contact: Andy Lucas
*Part-time courses offered
Contact: Fares M. Howari, Ph.d
Contact: Prof. Dr. Zailina Hashim
Contact: Prof Rodziah IsmaelAccredited Diploma and top up to BSc also operates at UiTM
Contact: Arvind Bala Krishnan
Please note MSc degree centres are suitable for graduates with appropriate science degrees.
Contact: Zena Lynch
Contact: Alan WhitfieldOnline training available
Contact: Stephen Mole
MSc on CampusContact: Sharon Humphries
MSc by Distance LearningContact: Sian Buckley
MSci Environmental Health and PracticeMSc Environmental Health Professional PracticeIntegrated Professional Development(Environmental Health) ProgrammesContact: Phil Gilbert
Contact: Adam Choonara
Contact: Simon Griffiths
Contact: Nahum Kidan