Our courses explore some of the critical local and global challenges of this century.
Choose the perfect Geography and Environment course for you.
With increasing concerns about climate change and the impacts of humans on our planet there has never been a more important time to study this highly contemporary and engaging course if you want to make a difference.
Geography explores the big questions about our planet and is fundamental to our understanding of our rapidly changing world.
Our Geography with International Year Abroad programme provides you with an exciting opportunity to study abroad with one of our International Partners.
Worcester is a beautiful, safe, university city within easy reach of Birmingham. It's a great place to pursue your passion and achieve your potential.
Read the stories of some of our recent students
Albert graduated from the University of Worcester with a PhD in Geography, having defied the odds at each stage of his academic life.
Jake Allen is thrilled to have achieved a Geography BSc (Hons) degree.
Akina juggled playing elite sport alongside her Human Geography studies.
Provence Field Course
Read some recent blog posts by Worcester Geography and the Environment academics.
Dr David Storey is a Principal Lecturer in Geography. In this Academic Blog he explores how international football can shine a light on the complex nature of national identity.
Geography Lecturer Dr Alan Dixon tells us about the importance of wetlands and how recent research in Malawi is developing new ways to ensure wetlands can be managed in a sustainable manner for the future.
Writing UCAS Personal Statements by Duncan Westbury Course Leader for Environmental Management & Sustainability
Visiting us is the best way to get a feel for student life at the University of Worcester. Explore the campus, meet our lecturers and talk to current students.
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