At Edinburgh, you can study meteorology as part of a joint degree either in physics with meteorology or in geophysics and meteorology.
Detailed information is available on the curriculum for each programme.
Note that exactly the same meteorology teaching is used on these two degree programmes. Much of the physics and mathematics teaching in the first two years is also the same. Note also that there is not currently an integrated masters degree (MPhys) in Physics with Meteorology, but that students who take the MPhys in Physics can take all of the meteorology options if they wish.
As degree programmes and course units are subject to frequent review, the information contained in these pages should be considered illustrative rather than contractual.
Applicants for undergraduate study should consult the terms and conditions of admission set out in the undergraduate prospectus.
This article was published on Oct 10, 2013