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Environmental Science is a highly interdisciplinary topic that requires scientists to develop and possess an in-depth understanding of issues and topics ranging from pollution to ecological interactions and biological responses of species. The broad range of courses offered as part of the Environmental Science programme at Aberdeen reflects this and allows students to select courses that better reflect their own interests.
You will learn the essential aspects relating to environmental science at an advanced level. Our courses in pollution control , soil management, land use and remediation methods, catchment management and ecology, data analysis and study planning will provide you with the knowledge and skills sought by employers. These are supplemented with skills in environmental
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A UK 2:1 Honours degree (or international equivalent) in a biological, environmental or physical science, geography or other relevant subject; applicants with a 2:2 Honours degree (or equivalent), particularly with some relevant experience, may also be considered. We also consider individuals with degrees in a wider range of disciplines who are clearly motivated by the programme and have some relevant experience.
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Founded in 1495, the University of Aberdeen is the 5th oldest University in the UK with an impressive global research and innovation history which includes 5 Nobel Prize winners, and the invention of insulin and colour photography. It attracts over 14,500 students, over a third of whom are international students taking postgraduate taught and research study.Read more
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