Geography, Earth and environment at Brighton

Jen Wyatt graduating with a 1st
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The time of my life

I chose to study at Brighton as I felt as though the lecturers here were really passionate about what they were teaching, and I liked the fact that they included their own research in their lectures. I also felt that the environment was a welcoming one – my very first visit left me feeling confident…

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An award winning second year

Congratulations to Geology BSc(Hons) student, Esme Whitehouse, on winning a national student award with the Institute of Quarrying.

Environmental Sciences opens up a world of opportunity

Environmental Sciences BSc(Hons) graduate Karen Bowles tells us why choosing the University of Brighton was one of the best decisions she has made, and where her career has taken her since she graduated.

Jaide is going places with TFL

Graduate schemes are a fantastic way to enter the industry of your choice. Recent graduate Jaide Hartridge got in touch to let us know what she’s been up to since qualifying last year with a first-class degree in Environmental Sciences.

Brighton sparks Ruby’s volcanic interest

Geography graduate Ruby Coates has had an exciting time since leaving the University of Brighton, working her way around the world including internships in Brazil and Patagonia. She kindly shared some of her experiences in the midst of her travels. Her undergraduate degree experience ignited a passion for volcanology and she begins her masters degree…

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Interview with an Environmental Science Alumni – Rebecca Cavlan – i-studentglobal

Alumni Rebecca Cavlan describes her time at university in the Earth and Environmental Science department. Source: Interview with an Environmental Science Alumni – Rebecca Cavlan – i-studentglobal

An award winning dissertation

Huge congratulations to Imogen Fox, who has just graduated from our Geography BA(Hons) course for her award-winning dissertation! Imogen’s dissertation on how she supported a friend with special needs won the Royal Geographical Society’s Social and Cultural Geography Research Groups Undergraduate Dissertation Award and £100 prize money. Titled ‘Meltdowns in the mud – a spatial,…

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Laura’s ship comes in

University of Brighton masters student Laura Clemente Campos has landed an internship at Shoreham Port. She will be producing an ecology plan for the port and her work will form part of her coursework for her masters in Environmental Assessment and Management. Laura told the Shoreham Herald: “When the port gave me the opportunity to…

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