Interdisciplinary approach, underpinned by research-led teaching Interdisciplinary approach, underpinned by research-led teaching

 

  • Our Geography degree courses are focused around an innovative and interdisciplinary approach, with emphasis on, student-focused, research-led teaching. Our aim is to prepare students with the academic training and practical skills necessary to confront complex, real-world challenges and make the world a better place. 
  • Our BA and BSc Geography degrees are accredited by The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG).                                                   
  • You will be taught by internationally recognised researchers with expertise in a broad range of topics in human and physical geography, including natural hazards and volcanology, climate change and sea-level rise, renewable energy resources, valuing ecosystem services, environmental policy, behavioural and experimental economics, environmental justice, social protection and wellbeing. 
  • Our academics work closely with policymakers, communities and businesses to affect change, and regularly advise on national and international policy issues such as atmospheric pollution, the marine environment, climate change, poverty reduction and environmental sustainability.
  • UEA graduate job destinations in Geography include flood risk management, urban and countryside planning, waste recycling, energy futures, and financial and human resources management.
  • 1st in the UK for research impact in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences (REF2014)
  • 90% for Overall Satisfaction in Physical Geography and Environmental Science and 89% in Human and Social Geography (NSS 2018). 

 

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