There is a pressing need for people who understand both the environmental and social complexities of climate change. This degree programme offers you the chance to study climate change from a unique multi-disciplinary perspective in one of the world’s leading university departments for the study of climate change.
This innovative undergraduate degree programme allows you to study the historical, environmental, social, economic and political dimensions of climate change. You will explore the natural and human drivers of climate change, alongside how we have responded so far to its challenges. This requires a broad range of disciplinary perspectives, which we will provide in order to enable you to understand how different approaches to climate change complement one another. You will also receive a thorough grounding in the natural sciences, reflecting our unique multi-disciplinary approach. Our academics, who are world-leading researchers, have also studied climate change from this inter-disciplinary perspective and make sure you benefit from their diverse knowledge.
A Level: ABB, including one Science based subject
International Baccalaureate: 32 points including one HL subject from the preferred list at 5 and one other HL subject at 5
Scottish Highers: AABBB, including one Science based subject
Scottish Advanced Highers: ABB, including one Science based subject
Irish Leaving Certificate: AABBBB, including one Science based subject
Access Course: Pass the Access to HE Diploma with Distinction in 36 credits at Level 3 and Merit in 9 credits at Level 3, including 12 Level 3 credits in Science
BTEC: DDM in relevant subject area, with at least 6 units in one Science
European Baccalaureate: 70% overall, with at least 65% in one Science
As concern over climate change increases, so too do jobs aimed at reducing the damage of human activity. As a School, 88.4% of our undergraduates, who were available for work, found work or study within six months of leaving.
Our students graduate with skills in environmental sciences that can be applied to a variety of international industries, including meteorology, environmental politics, soil science, and energy resources to name a few.
Students within the School have gone into a range of interesting careers, including:
Water Resources Assistant - Veolia Water Central Ltd
Waste Awareness Officer - Bath and North East Somerset Council
Graduate Trainee, Field Operations Manager - Thames Water Utilities
Environmental Scientist - The Macaulay Land Use Research Institute
Weather Forecaster - Meteorological Office
Data Routing Analyst - Kier Services
Environmental Analyst - Camco Global
Marine Geophysicist - Gardline Geosurvey
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