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The Department of Environment and Geography is a leading centre for teaching and research on environmental sustainability, providing interdisciplinary knowledge and skills to tackle real-world environmental challenges.

Modules cover a range of areas including physical geography, human geography, environmental science, ecology and environmental economics and policy.

Choosing your modules

Students can take almost all modules from our courses. These be found on our individual course pages:

The following third-year and postgraduate modules are not available to visiting students:

  • Research skills and Project Design (for third-years)
  • Research Project (for third-years)
  • Dissertation
  • Dissertation with placement

Module choice and registration will take place during the first supervisory meeting. Learning agreements (if applicable) cannot be signed until this meeting.

Teaching schedule

  • Full academic year
  • Semester 1 only
  • Semester 2 only

Undergraduate English language requirements

IELTS: 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each component (the language requirements are part way down the page. The other requirements are not applicable).

For more information see our undergraduate English language requirements.

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Dr Felicia Lii
International Officer

Contact us

Dr Felicia Lii
International Officer