This programme will be made up of a combination of modules from both Astrophysics and Geology. In Astrophysics, you will learn to formulate and tackle problems – from below the level of the atomic nucleus to astronomical scales. Geology is a science fundamental to modern day living, with geologists discovering society’s major resource needs including metals, minerals, energy and groundwater.
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Emily Sage, Astrophysics with Mathematics (2012)
"I also have to draw on the analytical skills developed through my degree at Keele as I have to analyse trial data in order to produce technical reports." - read more about Emily Sage, Astrophysics with Mathematics (2012)
Sana Shah, Third Year Geology Student
"I chose to study at Keele University due to its diverse programme and I was very intrigued by some of the first year modules. Being able to learn any language along with my degree was also another reason." - read more about Sana Shah, Third Year Geology Student
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The School of Geography, Geology and the Environment interactive guided tour
Use the interactive tour to explore Keele's state of the art science facilities and our beautiful living-laboratory campus that we use to enrich your learning experience.