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Postgraduate Courses

The School of Geography is a leading international centre of postgraduate teaching and research. The taught Masters programmes attract around seventy students a year, and numbers on its doctoral research programme have risen to forty-five. The School attracts postgraduates through a variety of studentships and bursaries, from research councils, the University and government agencies and companies. Postgraduate students are an integral part of the wider research and teaching community of the School, which presently has thirty-eight academic staff.

Students enjoy high levels of support. The taught Masters programmes have small group teaching and tutorials. Masters students have full access to School facilities, including the dedicated postgraduate computing laboratory, refurbished physical laboratories and a resource centre.

If you are considering postgraduate study please also consult the information for research preparation Masters training on the Doctoral Training Centre. Our DTCs provide students with the skills and knowledge to confidently tackle today's global issues.

All taught postgraduate programmes in the School are available on a full-time or part-time basis. Information on sources of funding and links to other resources can be found on the funding page of this site.

We welcome applications for study on any of the taught postgraduate courses we offer.

Economy, Space and Society MSc

Environmental Management MA

Geography (Sc) MRes

Geography (Sc) MSc (by Research)

Geospatial Intelligence MSc (by Research)

Human Geography MSc

Contaminated Land Management MRes (100% online)

Enquiries may be sent to pgadmissions@geography.nottingham.ac.uk.
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School of Geography

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University of Nottingham, University Park
Nottingham NG7 2RD

telephone: +44 (0)115 95 15428
fax: +44 (0)115 95 15249
email: geogenquiries@nottingham.ac.uk