University of Ulster - Geography and Environmental Sciences

The School of Geography and Environmental Sciences is known for having an open, friendly and informal atmosphere with excellent links to industry. All our courses are carefully designed to enhance student employability and the future career prospects of our graduates.

We offer innovative undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses that include:

Coastal and marine science
Socio-economic and cultural geography
Environmental Impact Assessment and planning
Freshwater science and ecotoxicology
Conflict and development
Protected landscapes
Environmental change
Geographical Information Systems

In our undergraduate programmes we put a strong emphasis on skills-based practice and field-work with opportunities for industrial placements and studying overseas.

We are located on the spectacular Causeway Coast, minutes away from natural laboratories including the open sea, estuaries, rivers, lakes, woodlands and uplands - ideal locations to develop field survey and sampling skills.

Contact Information
Director / Head: 
Professor Adrian Moore
Cromore Road, Coleraine, BT52 1SA, UK
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Funding by Source

Funding Proportion
Government departments 40-59%
Arts and Humanities Research Council 40-59%
Natural Environment Research Council 0-19%
Other public sector 0-19%
European Community 0-19%
Foundations, charities 0-19%
Foundations, charities 0-19%