Join Queen Mary’s School of Geography for your masters degree in 2018 – funding available!

School of Geography

Queen Mary University of London

How does a city’s past inform its present and future development? How do communities empower themselves to facilitate change in their own lives? How has London’s iconic and historic role shaped its modern day place on the world stage? How can flood risk in a changing climate be modelled and sustainably managed? How can we effectively restore aquatic environments that have been degraded by human interventions? These questions are just some of the topics tackled by our leading human geography and environmental science researchers on our masters degree programmes.

Funding available for 2018 entry

Bursaries and scholarships are available and include the Walter Oldershaw Award (£3,000 each) and the Worshipful Company of Water Conservators bursary (up to £4,000 for the Integrated Management of Freshwater Environments MSc programme). Full information on eligibility criteria, how to apply and deadlines, is available on our website.

Where could a masters degree take you?

Our students come from a wide range of backgrounds and they leave us for an equally diverse range of destinations. From researchers in non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to freshwater scientists working in the water industry, to community leaders across the country and project managers in the third sector and education, the expertise and skills developed during these programmes is applicable in many vocations across the world. The rigorous intellectual approach will be of particular benefit to those planning to pursue doctoral work, preparatory to an academic career.

Want to know more and apply?

Please get in touch with our Postgraduate Studies Manager on Geog-PGadmin@qmul.ac.uk or +44 (0)20 7882 8165, or find out more on our website.

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Funding information

Funding applies to:
Open to applicants from a range of countries