Geographical Sciences (Physical Geography)
The School of Geographical Sciences is a leading international centre for research. It has been ranked the top geography department in the UK in every government assessment of research excellence, including the most recent Research Excellence Framework assessment in 2014. The graduate school is integral to this success. We have a large and vibrant graduate community, with students following PhD, MSc by research and taught MSc programmes. The graduate community has a strong international and interdisciplinary flavour, and offers an exceptional academic environment for postgraduate research.
Research opportunities encompass a wide range of subjects at the leading edge of geographical research. There are also many exciting possibilities for interdisciplinary research, spanning research groups and departments. Visit the School of Geographical Sciences web pages for more information about our research staff and collective research interests.
Alternatively, you may be interested in our PhD in Geographical Sciences (Human Geography).
An upper second-class honours degree (or an equivalent qualification) in a relevant subject.
See international equivalent qualifications on the International Office website.
Each year the school is awarded between two and six NERC studentships (including CASE awards), one to two EPSRC studentships, EU-funded studentships, and several industry-funded studentships. Applicants should also check the School of Geographical Sciences website.
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