PhD in Geography and Environment

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PhD in Geography and Environment

Based within the School of Social Sciences and Humanities, academic staff in Geography and Environment are active researchers, working within and across disciplinary boundaries.

Geography and Environment is home to over 35 academic staff, who are all international experts in their fields. We have an excellent international reputation for our research across different areas of physical and human geography. In human geography some of the key themes our original research explores include migration, cities, education, and geographies of children, youth and families. In physical geography our research covers a wide range of cutting-edge topics including understanding and managing environmental change, investigating extreme climate events and their societal impacts, and the relationship between climate, water and energy.

We are currently leading a range of exciting research projects funded by major international research bodies and the UK Government that sit at the interface of physical and human geography to tackle real-world global challenges.

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Entry Requirements

A 2:1 honours degree (or equivalent international qualification) in a relevant subject.


This programme is self-funded.

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