The University of East Anglia is currently the only University in the UK where it is possible to study these two specialist subjects side-by-side in a combined degree format. The course is designed to provide you with an insight into how the atmosphere and oceans work and interact. This approach gives you a detailed understanding of the Earth´s climate system, alongside the impact of human society on the atmospheric and oceanic systems.
Because the degree programme is taught jointly between the Schools of Environmental Sciences and Mathematics, you will have an opportunity to choose from a range of module options, enabling you to pursue either a wide portfolio of subjects or specialisation in a particular area.
Two week-long field courses provide you with valuable hands-on experience designing experiments and working with scientific instrumentation. You will also benefit from our own in-house weather forecasting company, "WeatherQuest", which provides valuable teaching support and an opportunity to spend a week working in order to gain commercial awareness of the meteorological industry.
A Level: ABB including Mathematics
International Baccalaureate: 32 points including HL Mathematics at 5 and one other HL subject at 5
Scottish Highers: AABBB including Mathematics
Scottish Advanced Highers: ABB including Mathematics
Irish Leaving Certificate: AABBBB including Mathematics
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 Maths credits.
BTEC: DDM in relevant subject area, with at least 6 units of Maths
European Baccalaureate: 75% overall including at least 70% in Mathematics
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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