Usually an upper 2nd-class degree in geography or another subject relevant to the proposed research.
Months of entry
Course contentThe Department of Geography is one of the top 6 research geography departments in the UK (RAE Grade 5*/6*), and has been awarded ESRC mode A status as a recognised centre for postgraduate training.
Developing Areas Research (Africa, Latin America, Asia urbanisation, environment, ICT4D, geopolitics); Environment and Policy, (Governance and planning; urban and environmental change, sustainability) Quaternary Science (climate change, Social and sediment analysis geochronology, glaciology); social and cultural geography (geographical knowledge, mapping, memory, postcolonialism, consumption).
Information for international students
Particular emphasis is placed on supporting overseas postgraduates see http://www.gg.rhul.ac.uk/postgrads/overseas.html
Fees and fundingNERC, ESRC, AHRC, commonwealth sponsorship, college studentships, various others depending on case.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Prof Tim Unwin
- 01784 443563
- 01784 472836