School of GeoSciences

MSc Environment and Development

An interdisciplinary programme exploring the inter-dependencies between pressing environmental concerns and development pressures.

About the programme

Students in library
What is MSc Environment and Development and why study this interdisciplinary programme?

Degree structure, teaching & assessment

Environment and Development Field trip
The MSc in Environment & Development involves two semesters of lectures followed by an individual research project.

Careers & network

Environment and Development Students on Field trip 2
Where can a degree in MSc Environment and Development take you.

Teaching staff

E&D student with locals on field trip
Profiles on the academic staff that teach on this programme.

Programme costs & funding options

Environment and development - fisherman
Tuition fees and scholarship opportunities.

Testimonials & social media

Radheeka Jirasinha video screengrab
See teacher and student programme testimonials and Interact with us via a range of social media channels.

Information for students

Graduation - Environment and Development
Information for current students and suggested reading


Apply now and Entry requirements

We strongly recommend that all applications for study are submitted no later than by 15 June 2018. Late applications from Home /  EU students may be considered, and from International students in exceptional circumstances.

Download our pdf flyer with programme summary, entry requirements and tuition fees: 

Please note that field trip locations may change based on availability or for reasons outwith our control including those of a political nature.