- Learn from leaders in their fields about critical global issues and challenges affecting environments and societies around the world
- Tailor your degree to your developing interests, with optional modules in climate, hydrology and catchment processes, biogeography, marine and coastal environments, fire ecology, and the cryosphere - with study of risks, sustainability, and management in these specialist areas
- Develop sought-after skills such as statistical analysis, learning to code for data analysis, geospatial investigation, image analysis and data collection in the field
- Option to transfer to BSc Geography with Applied GIS from your second year, graduating with a specialism in GIS
- Well-equipped experimental laboratories include the latest Geographical Information Systems (GIS) software supported by dedicated staff, and a £3.7 million sediment research centre
- Join a friendly and active student community: the Geography Society (GeogSoc) is one of the university’s largest and hosts regular socials, sports teams, weekend trips and the famous GeogSoc ball
Listed below are the documents required to apply for this course.