The BSc programme in Environmental Earth Science at Aberystwyth University integrates a broad spectrum of STEM subjects, including chemistry, physics, maths, biology and geology, to understand the changing natural and human-influenced processes which shape the Earth. Understanding our planet is vital to tackling global challenges, be that climate change, water scarcity, resource demand for evolving new technologies, or a successful green energy transition. By choosing to study a BSc in Environmental Earth Science at Aberystwyth University, you can be a part of the solution.
Our unique location on the beautiful west Wales coast means you can go straight from our cutting-edge laboratories into awe-inspiring landscapes and geological outcrops on our doorstep. Our degrees prepare you to solve real-world problems by training you in the use of state-of-the-art geochemical, remote sensing, practical and fieldwork techniques, providing transferrable skills for a range of career pathways in Earth science and beyond.
Our Environmental Earth Science degree is available as a three- or four-year programme, with an optional Integrated Foundation Year, Integrated Year in Industry or Integrated Year Studying Abroad:
Find out more about our Environmental Earth Science degree, and related courses, here: https://courses.aber.ac.uk/subjects/#geography-earth-and-environmental-sciences
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