The Geography Department, based at Singleton Park Campus, is recognised as one of the foremost global centres for teaching and research in human and physical geography. In the 2014-2021 Research Excellence Framework (REF), the department was ranked 8th in the UK for research impact and 11th in the UK for research environment. Both the environment and impact of our research were judged to be 100% world-leading or internationally excellent.
Owen Lauder, BSc Geography, MSc Geographic Information and Climate Change
"Thank you for a great year under tough times. I really enjoyed the course and expanding my geographical knowledge. The two modules that were most challenging but the most beneficial to me were the GIS module and the modelling earth systems (hydrology).
The dissertation was extremely challenging. However, the support given throughout was fantastic, and I couldn't be more thankful.
Despite the second lockdown and the doom and gloom on the job markets, I have secured a contract job for a company called Cyient as a GIS Technician mapping land use changes for small scale rural and agricultural businesses. The project is for DEFRA for a period of 6 months, but hopefully I can progress and find another similar role after this."
The Royal Geographical Society has awarded accreditation to the MSc Environmental Dynamics and Climate Change and MSc Geographic Information and Climate Change.
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