What will I learn?

**Our Environmental Geography degree looks to offer a unique learning experience by providing you with the opportunity to combine the holistic investigative approach of a geographer with the applied skills of an environmental manager in order to address the significant environmental challenges faced by society today.**You will study a range of modules that develop skills in geographical investigation, while also studying how to mitigate and ameliorate climatic and environmental changes. This combination of traditional Geography with Environmental Management offers a unique opportunity for you to develop those skills required by society.The unique feature of this course is the embedding of a placement with industry into the Second Year. During this year you will study taught modules during Trimester One, before undertaking a placement in industry during Trimesters Two and Three. You will have the option to study themes covering Geographical information Systems, applied environmental skills, rivers and glaciers, planning and urban studies, before undertaking your placement. The placement allows you to experience geographical and environmental themes in practice, working with one of our key industrial partners or another organisation of your choosing.You will:- Have the opportunity to undertake a placement with a geographical and/or environmental organisation- Be taught by internationally recognised experts in a number of fields of Geography and Environmental Management- Study across both Geography and Environmental Management subject areas

Which department am I in?

School of Environment and Life Sciences

Study options

Full Time (3 Years)

Tuition fees
Information not available
Start date

September 2022


Main Site

The Crescent,



M5 4WT, England

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Must include a B Grade in A-Level Maths AND a B Grade in either A-Level:Physics (PASS practical)Chemistry (PASS practical)ElectronicsDesign and TechnologyComputer ScienceA B Grade in AS-Level Physics would also be acceptedA-Level Statistics is not suitable as a Numerate Science.Students who have studied Mechanics modules as part of their A levels - refer to Tutor (must have A2 maths)

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.