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Full time & Part time September MSc 1 year full time, 2 years part time 31 August 2024 Award winner
Environmental Sciences (13) Geography (17)

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Are you passionate about making a positive impact on the environment? Look no further than our MSc Environmental Management programme. Gain a solid foundation in the scientific principles essential for addressing environmental challenges. Choose from three pathways: Contaminated and Urban Environments, The Changing Environment, or Agriculture and Rural Environments, tailored to your interests. Develop sought-after skills like environmental risk assessment, team collaboration, and policy drafting through industry-relevant coursework assessments. Benefit from our state-of-the-art facilities, including specialised research labs for molecular ecology, environmental chemistry, and more. Engage in world-leading fieldwork research projects and hands-on experience at our experimental farms. Accredited by CHES, our programme ensures high standards and strong practical components, offering a fast-track route to professional membership post-graduation. Join us with an undergraduate degree in geography, environmental science, or related fields, or equivalent experience. Make a difference in environmental management with us.

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Our MSc Environmental Management provides a solid grounding in the scientific principles behind environmental management issues.

Participate in world-leading fieldwork research projects, and take advantage of outstanding teaching collections and facilities housed in modern premises.

You will benefit from our custom-designed building with specialised research facilities, including laboratories and instrumentation for work in molecular ecology and biochemistry, environmental chemistry, physics and stable and radioisotopes. You will have access to superb controlled environment facilities, a large area of experimental polytunnels and glasshouses and extensive opportunities for fieldwork at our experimental farms.

The programme has three pathways:

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Entry Requirements

Normally an undergraduate honours degree (2:2 or above) in geography, environmental science, environmental studies, ecology, agriculture or a related field. Applicants from social science backgrounds such as economics or law may be considered. If you have no first degree but do have equivalent experience, you may also be considered.


New UK/Republic of Ireland students: £12,550

New international students: £26,950

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Where is University of Reading


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