This Master's programme addresses the central themes and methodologies of cultural geography, focusing especially on the relationships between place, identity, landscape, nature and culture. The Department has a world reputation in Cultural Geography, and was top ranked at 5* in the last RAE.
Applicants are eligible for ESRC and AHRC funding - in 2005/6 four students were awarded ESRC 1+3 studentships, and the Department is likely to receive at least 2 places on this basis for 2008/9. Our students come from a range of disciplines as well as Geography, including Architecture, Area Studies, History and Landscape Studies.
Usually an upper second class degree in a relevant subject
Recipient: Royal Holloway, University of London
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