Environmental Science PhD - 2019 Entry
Full time 36 Month(s)
A great strength of LEC is its ability to share expertise and ideas from many disciplines in order to provide a flexible approach, which is so important in the dynamic, rapidly developing discipline of environmental science. Although the work is often organised within themes and research groups, there is much collaborative activity transcending these boundaries.
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Environmental and Earth Sciences
- Environment and Development MSc
- Environment and Development MA
- Environment and Society PhD
- Environment, Culture and Society MA
- Environmental Management MSc
- Environmental Science (by research) MSc (research)
- Flood and Coastal Risk Management MSc
- Flood and Coastal Risk Management PgCert
- Flood and Coastal Risk Management PgDip
- Human Rights and the Environment LLM/MA
- Natural Sciences MSc by Research
- Natural Sciences PhD
- Sustainable Water Management MSc
- Volcanology and Geological Hazards MSc
How to apply for a PhD
We offer a number of different routes to beginning your PhD study.
Rich Data Resources
Postgraduate study is carried out in the Graduate School for the Environment. This is a collaboration between Lancaster University's Environment Centre, the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, and Rothamsted Research.