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Geography and environmental science

A group of students collect samples of plant life from a salt marsh on the banks of a large estuary.
Gain the knowledge to explore global issues like social inequality, sustainability and climate change. Develop skills for careers in fields like environmental consultancy, and market research.

Discover how the interactions between people and their environments can help us understand the challenges faced by different societies. You'll explore topics like globalisation, climate change, environmental management, and use techniques like geographic information system (GIS) and remote sensing. Our courses at Southampton offer a combination of theory-based learning with practical work, preparing you for the next steps in your career. Our graduates go on to work in organisations including the Environment Agency, Natural England, and the World Wildlife Fund.

1st
in the Russell Group for overall satisfaction

National Student Survey 2020

Field trips in every year of study
Over 93%
of students in work or further study within 6 months

Destination of Leavers from Higher Education Survey

Geography and environmental science courses

Choose from a wide range of degrees in geography and environmental science.

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People

My big interests lie in quantitative health geography. I use maps and data to identify areas where people may struggle to access food or healthcare services.
Associate Professor
How do we keep rivers and aquatic environments clean and healthy? These challenges form my work, and I seek to uncover the impact that humans have on marine populations.
I uncover the ways in which human life is affecting our coasts and shorelines.
Associate Professor

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