Biogeography BSc (Hons)
This degree involves an interdisciplinary study of environmental geoscience, geomorphology, ecology, biodiversity and environmental change. A key focus is on how biodiversity varies in different ecosystems and at different spatial and temporal scales; and, how it is perceived, measured and governed. This interdisciplinary approach is essential for the understanding, management and conservation of biodiversity and ecological communities.
- IELTS 6.0 (undergraduate), 6.5 (postgraduate)
- TOEFL iBT 80 (undergraduate), 88 (postgraduate)
- Pearson 51 (undergraduate), 58 (postgraduate)
- Cambridge English Examinations 169 (upwards) overall (undergraduate), 176 (upwards) overall (postgraduate)
A Geography degree can open the door to a wide range of careers including local authority planning, environmental assessment, urban regeneration, conservation, sustainable development, tourism planning, renewable energy, and housing association management.