If you have a passion for wild places, the natural world, and the interactions between these and humans, then Ecological and Environmental Sciences is for you! Contribute to the biggest issues facing our society today: climate change, biodiversity protection, and the provision of ecosystem services.
Understand the processes that govern the habitability of the planet and the interaction between humans and the environment, and learn through measurement, problem-solving and critical analysis of results. Our third year students gain practical experience from a field trip to a tropical marine laboratory overseas.
As a natural science, Geography focuses on the environment, mainly through landscapes and their evolution through space and time. As a social science, Geography explores the relationships between people and their social, cultural, political and economic worlds. Field trip options include Amsterdam, Istanbul, Bangor and Iceland.
If you choose a Geology degree, you’ll have the chance to study fossils, volcanoes, earthquakes, mountains, minerals, landscapes, dinosaurs and work on your own mapping project. A practical degree with flexible study options for 3 years (Fast Track entry), 4 years (standard), or 5 years (integrated Masters).
This joint degree offers you the best of both subjects integrating an understanding of the Earth, its origin, composition and structure (Geology) with insight into how rivers, glaciers and hill slopes define modern and ancient landscape at all scales (Physical Geography). Flexible study options include 3 year fast track entry.
Geophysics is the study of physical processes that occur on a huge variety of scales, from microscopic properties of minerals to forces like gravity and magnetism that act on planetary or inter-planetary scales. Study options include 3 year fast track, 4 years undergraduate, and 5 years integrated Masters.