Advance your career with one of our courses

All our courses are carefully designed to enhance your employability and future career prospects. With excellent links to industry you will have the opportunity to get hands on experience making your course relevant for the future.

From sampling and monitoring water pollution in local lakes to using satellite imagery to monitor land cover change and spending a week in Catalonia studying the social context of the independence movement we give students immersive experiences and research-led teaching so you can get real world skills.

Undergraduate courses in the School of Geography and Environmental Sciences

Undergraduate courses

Delivered over three years at the Coleraine campus, browse our selection of courses available and find the right one for you.

Online Postgraduate courses in the School of Geography and Environmental Sciences

Online Postgraduate courses

Our postgraduate courses are delivered online, meaning you can study at your own pace, any place, any time.

Short courses in the School of Geography and Environmental Sciences

Short courses

Don’t have the time to commit to a full Masters? Want to gain knowledge in a specific topic? Our short courses are the perfect solution.

PhD Research

PhD Research  

Interested in exploring a topic further? Find out what opportunities are available and you could join the team to study a PhD.

Contact the School

Contact the School

Get in touch to find out more about our study opportunities.

Why study with us at Ulster?

A spectacular setting, innovative courses and international research - we're ready for you.

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Find out about the School of Geography and Environmental Sciences

Careers and Employability

Careers and Employability

Find out what your future could look like. Read about the diverse, fulfilling and successful careers of our graduates.

Our People

Our People  

Meet the staff and researchers who make up our team.

Our Research

Our Research  

Addressing regional and international challenges of the 21st Century.

All Campuses will now be closed for teaching and social activities

Following the clear imperative in the latest government advice to avoid all non-essential contact with others and avoid unnecessary travel, the decision has been made to suspend all teaching and social activities on campus and to close all libraries, sports facilities, theatres, catering facilities and cancel events.

We have further advice and guidance for our staff and students on our Covid-19 Corona Virus site

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