Application window open for the Master Program in Human Factors and Systems Safety

Since my co-supervisor professor Sidney Dekker left Lund University for Griffith University in Brisbane Australia, I have taken the responsibility for taking on the master program in Human Factors and Systems Safety that was founded by Sidney.

The program is a one-year master program (60 ECTS), but being intended for practitioners, who work in different safety critical industries all over the world, the course curriculum is spread over two years. Except for three course weeks in Lund during the first year of study the program is distance-based. The students will be guided through the relevant literature and meet up with each other through our online course system, facilitated by our excellent teachers. The program is run as commissioned education, meaning that the student's employer pays for the education. The fee to complete the entire program is 140 000 SEK.

We will start the next course in January 16-20 2012 with an intense course week in Lund.

The application form is now available for download at the Leonardo da Vinci Laboratory for Complexity and Systems Thinking-webpage and should be sent in no later than October 15.

That the founder of the program, professor Sidney Dekker, has left Lund for Griffith University does not mean that he no longer will be involved in the master program. We are very pleased to be able to announce that he will come to Lund to teach the second course week of the program in June 18-21 2012.

Please do not hesitate to contact me regarding any questions that you might have about this program. We hope to see many applicants for our 2012 class!


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