Geography is one of the four subject disciplines within the School of Environmental Sciences at Liverpool and offers excellent postgradaute taught and research programmes.Subject Overview Research training and education
We aim to produce researchers with strong, transferrable research skills, who are internationally recognised in their fields and understand current environmental and academic research problems.
You’ll develop your research skills primarily by completing a project under supervision. The skills you’ll gain will typically include:-
- data collection
- manipulation of the data
- data interpretation and modelling
- critical analysis
- literature surveys
- presentation skills, through international conferences
On our postgraduate research programmes you’ll be responsible for your own learning, but within a highly supportive training framework.
Co-ordinated by the University Graduate School, this framework includes:-
If you are interested in advertised PGR topics, or are interested in joining our PGR community please contact the relevant PGR contact:
Earth’s Interior Dynamics: Dr Dan Faulkner (email@example.com)
People, Space, place: Dr. Olivier Sykes (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Earth’s Changing Environment: Dr David Hodgson (email@example.com)
Oceans and Ecosystems: Dr. Fabienne Marret-Davies (F.Marret@liv.ac.uk)