Geography, Geology, Natural Sciences and Environmental Courses

Understanding the Earth and the people who live on it helps us to address environmental challenges such as climate change, food security, pollution and conservation, as well as their solutions. Our course modules include topics ranging from the physical structure of the planet to the organisational structures of human activity.  Fieldwork is an important part of our courses and your learning, which is why we provide students with the opportunity to experience outstanding field course destinations, both locally and abroad. Our range of fieldwork ensures that  students develop a strong portfolio of transferable and sought after employability skills.‌ So, whether you are interested in global environmental change, cultural dynamics or natural hazards and resources, we offer you the opportunity to explore the aspects of Geography, Geology and the Environment that most appeal to you.

The courses listed below are for 2021 entry only.  If you are wish to start one of our courses in 2020 you should visit our 2020 offer holder pages to find out which degree programmes are available. You can also search for 2020 entry courses here and Clearing spaces for 2020 courses can be found here. 

If you’re returning to education following a break, wish to study a new subject or don’t have the grades or sufficient equivalent experience for direct entry onto one of our courses, our foundation year may be a good option for you. For more details visit our foundation year webpages.

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*Accreditation is dependent on the degree route and modules taken