Welcome to the School of Geography, Geology and the Environment at Keele
Here you can find information about the courses and modules within the School of Geography, Geology and Environment (GGE). Current students can also find more information about their course and modules via the Keele Learning Environment (KLE), whilst students looking for career guidance can visit our Career pages.
Pre-arrival information for undergraduate students starting September 2020
- Environment and Sustainability
- Environmental Science
- Geography - All routes
- Natural Sciences
- Study Abroad
Information for postgraduate students
- MSc Geoscience Research
- MSc Environmental Sustainability and Green Technology
- MSc/MA Geographical and Environmental Research
Information about each course can be found on its associated course page above. The following documents are applicable across all modules within the School of Geography, Geology and the Environment.
- GGE Safety Handbook 2019-20
- GGE School Student Handbook
- Student Project Ethics Committee Application Form - for UG and PGT students
- Fire Action Procedures
- How to succeed at university in GEES disciplines
- All of our Programme Specifications are available here
- Assessment criteria - guidance on how student work is marked at Keele
Field course documents
- Emergency Field Course Procedures
- Field Safety Seminar
- UCEA/USHA booklet "Guidance on Health and Safety in Fieldwork"
In your second year you have an opportunity to spend the first or second semester (depending on programme) at one of our partner universities in a number of European countries, the USA or Canada. See this linked page for more information.
GGE - Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme (UROP)
UROP allows students to gain invaluable experience of research outside of their immediate studies, whilst further enhancing skills and employability - for more information about this scheme see here
The School of GGE provides information to help all students prepare for their next steps after their time with us. Please see here for more information.
The Student Journal of Natural Sciences
The Student Journal of Natural Sciences (SJNS) is an online, peer reviewed, student journal from Keele University. SJNS publishes articles, literature reviews, case-studies, editorials, letters to the editors and book reviews from any branch of the Natural Sciences (These include but are not limited to: Life Sciences, Computing & Mathematics, Chemical & Physical Sciences, Geography, Geology and the Environment, and Psychology).
GGE photo competition
The competition is open to all undergraduate students, and postgraduate students on our MSc courses. Further details about how to enter can be found here.
*Accreditation is dependent on the degree route and modules taken