A 2:1 honours degree or equivalent.
- Transcripts/degree certificate
- Two references
- A one-page research proposal
Months of entry
The environment is changing faster than at any time in recorded history, due to a range of factors including climate change, habitat loss, renewable energy developments, pollution and over-exploitation of natural resources. These changes are having profound effects on biodiversity and human and animal health - and we need to be able to predict the consequences.
- through the effect of environmental conditions on disease transmission or food production
- through investigation of how animals evolve in the face of changing environments
- through links with geographers, statisticians and mathematicians in the College of Science and Engineering.
Start dates are set by both the supervisor and the department. As such some PHD options will have fixed start dates (likely January/October) and others have a rolling intake. For more details please contact the relevant department.
Information for international students
Fees and funding
Please see the current list of scholarships.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details