We're a dynamic and vibrant international community of geographers, committed to tackling some of the biggest issues in our changing world.

Is Greenland making Europe wetter?

Climate change on icy island may be blocking weather systems, making summers worse further south new study reveals.

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Masters funding is changing

The University has put aside £1 million to fund talented new postgraduate students in 2016. Government loans of up to £10,000 are also available.

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How fresh and natural is our food?

A new research project, led by Professor Peter Jackson, will examine the significance of ‘freshness’ in the production and consumption of food in the UK and Portugal

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Study with us

Our courses allow you the freedom and flexibility to discover and understand our world. You'll be taught by leading academics that are specialists in their fields.

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World-class research

We are at the forefront of human and physical geography research with our internationally excellent and world-leading contribution been recognised in the results of REF 2014.

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Collaborations and partnerships

Working collaboratively with governmental agencies, policy makers, think tanks, charities, NGO’s and businesses across the globe we are committed to tackling some of the biggest social and environmental issues and problems.

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