Good honours degree (2:1 Honours standard or equivalent, e.g. GPA 3.6 on a 4 point scale) in a range of relevant disciplines, including geography, geology, geoscience, health studies, nursing and other relevant social science and scientific disciplines
Months of entry
The School's mission is to promote world class teaching and research across a broad spectrum of Geography and Geosciences. We are an interdisciplinary community of around 50 academic staff, 34 research staff, 34 support staff, 62 postgraduates and over 400 undergraduates.
Our teaching is research-led and was judged 'excellent' by an external quality audit. Both the Guardian and the Times University Guides for 2014 rank us among the top places in the UK to study Geography and Geosciences.
The School is structured into two departments: Earth & Environmental Sciences and Geography & Sustainable Development, both offering several degree options. We also support a lively and expanding community of both research and taught postgraduates within our major research groupings.
Three major research groups: Population Health & Welfare Research Group; Environmental Change Research Group; and Geoscience Research Unit. Specialisms include: Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology; Sedimentology; Geochemistry; Tectonics; Environmental Geophysics
Information for international students
Students whose first language is not English are required to sit an appropriate test and achieve the required IELTS score or equivalent.For IELTS we usually require grade 7.0 overall.
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Secretary
- +44 (0) 1334 462894