Postgraduate study

Our postgraduate programmes bring together a large and vibrant graduate community, focusing both on PhDs by research and on taught courses in human and physical geography.

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  • We provide high-quality dedicated workspaces, that include extensive computing facilities, library and study spaces and a newly refurnished office suite for PhD students. This creates a supportive and stimulating study environment.
  • Each student has the opportunity to attend seminars, workshops, lectures and conferences which help in the development of important key skills such as giving presentations, using software packages and the planning and writing of the thesis.
  • We fully support PhD students who wish to get involved in teaching: they may support lecturers by demonstrating in certain areas, such as statistics, remote sensing and laboratory techniques.
  • Students may take their own tutorial groups and further develop skills in the planning of work schedules, group-work and communication.

Funded PhD studentship/ Graduate Teaching Assistant position in Human Geography

The School has a Graduate Teaching Assistant position to fill for 2015/16 entry, with an anticipated start date of September 2015.


Our postgraduates go on to succeed in a wide variety of academic and non-academic careers, either taking up academic posts or by using their postgraduate degree to secure a position in industry, government, and research in the public and private sectors.