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Degrees in Exeter
- MPhil/PhD Human Geography
- MPhil/PhD Physical Geography
- MPhil/PhD Environment, Energy and Resilience
- MSc by Research Geography
- MRes Critical Human Geographies
Degrees in Cornwall
- Top 25 in the world for Geography1
- 8th in the UK for world leading research in Geography and Environmental Studies2
- 9th for Geography and Environmental Science in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2015
- Excellent research facilities including £3.7 million SRIF-funded Sediment Research Facility in Exeter and the £30 million Environment and Sustainability Institute in Cornwall
- Degrees in Sustainable Development provide a relevant grounding to employment in this growing area
- Recognised for the receipt of ESRC studentships in Human Geography
- Vibrant postgraduate community offering a thriving, innovative and supportive research environment in which to study
1QS World University Rankings 2014
1 Research Assessment Exercise 2008 based on percentage of research classified as 4*
3 percentage of Physical Geography and Environmental Science students and Human and Social Geography students who agreed they were satisfied
Geography at the University of Exeter offers a lively, thriving and innovative research environment at campuses in both Cornwall and Exeter. Ranked 8th in the UK for world leading research in Geography and Environmental Studies (Research Assessment Exercise 2008), we attract research funding from a wide range of sources including research councils, charities the UK government and industry.
Our research interests cover most aspects of geography and we enjoy strong links with international and national research projects. Research areas of particular strength include Environmental Processes and Change, and Historical and Cultural Geography and we are engaged in a number of interdisplinary areas of research at the University including Climate Change and Sustainable Futures, and Earth System Science.
We offer a range of innovative taught programmes, relevant to 21st century challenges and developed with input from industry, which aim to provide a fantastic platform for future employment. The majority of our Masters programmes are based on the Cornwall Campus, which is also home to the University's Environment and Sustainability Institute (ESI) – an interdisciplinary centre leading cutting-edge research into impacts of environmental change and the mitigation and management of its effects.
As a student with us you will be part of a vibrant postgraduate community benefiting from quality research-inspired teaching or supervision and access to outstanding facilities. We offer an intellectually stimulating experience within a supportive and inclusive environment.