Geography and Environmental Management

Our geography and environmental management courses blend theory and practice to create a learning experience that’s thought-provoking and relevant. Our strong connections with professional bodies provide an important source of influence and offer a benchmark you can take into the workplace.

97.6%

of Geography and Environmental Studies students satisfied with the quality of their course overall (Guardian University Guide 2021).

93%

in employment or further study 6 months after graduation (HESA 2018).

Career

Graduate employers include the Environment Agency, Department for Energy and Climate Change and Ecotricity.

"The course has challenged me to take opportunities I did not think were possible, from being the Lead Department Representative to undertaking a placement with the Brighton and Hove Green Party. Our course trip to Majorca was a particular highlight for me as it was educational and exciting. My lecturers have really supported and inspired me to push myself."

Monique Taratula-Lyons, BA(Hons) Geography

Monique Taratula-Lyons BA(Hons) Geography

Foundation Geography and Environmental Management courses (2021/22 entry)

"Geology at UWE has given me a number of opportunities including the chance to go to Tenerife on a volcanology intern. The geology programme at UWE gives you the relevant transferable field experience to go into different fields and perform highly. The course has also given me the confidence to pursue a career in volcanology and the lecturers are supportive of any direction you want to go in."

Yasmin McInally, BSc(Hons) Geology

Yasmin McInally BSc(Hons) Geology

Undergraduate Geography and Environmental Management courses (2021/22 entry)

BSc and BA Geography

Along with numerous day trips around the Bristol region, our geography students typically have the opportunity to take part in three residential fieldtrips during their degree.