Where will your research take you? To the slopes of Mount Etna? The forests of the Czech Republic? The rural heart of China? The mines of Bolivia? The salt marshes of Morecambe Bay? The wheat fields of India? A conference in Brisbane? Our university campus in Ghana? A policy meeting in Westminster?
Those are just a few of the locations in which our PhD and Masters students have found themselves over the past few years. And many have since gone on to secure jobs in a similar spread of locations from an environmental consultancy in Adelaide to the ice shelves of Antarctica.
These opportunities do not come about by chance. They are a result of the long-established connections of Lancaster Environment Centre, Rothamsted Research and the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology.
You can also play an active role in securing your own opportunities. Look out for research projects that involve fieldwork, suggest your own project, or talk to our Enterprise and Business Partnerships team about finding a work placement overseas.
The Graduate School for the Environment works on research projects with other leading academic institutions around the world.