The School of Environmental Sciences at UEA invites applications for its prestigious graduate studies programme in over 40 topic areas
, ranging from governance and policy, through to economics, human geography and sociology:
Home to major centres of excellence including the Tyndall Centre, CSERGE and 3S, the School of Environmental Sciences is one of the longest established, largest and most fully developed interdisciplinary institutions of its kind anywhere in Europe. It provides a stimulating, innovative and supportive research environment in which graduate students can fruitfully explore natural and human environments, and their myriad interactions and inter-connections.
The 2013 Leiden Rankings placed UEA 14th in the UK and in the top 1% in the Times Higher Education World League Table (2013). Norwich was acknowledged as having the fourth greatest concentration of ‘most highly-cited researchers' in the UK, after London, Oxford and Cambridge.