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Violent volcanic eruptions, catastrophic earthquakes and devastating tsunami causing loss of life and great damage show the Earth to be a dynamic planet...

To understand how our planet works, at depth and at the surface, the ideas and principles of Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics and Geography are integrated in the exciting and stimulating studies which make up Earth Sciences. It is a fast-moving, diversifying, multidisciplinary field that ranges from understanding Earth materials at the atomic level, through the geological processes that drive volcanoes and earthquakes, surface processes that shape landscapes and create the geological record, biological processes that build diversity and bring extinction, up to planetary-scale systems, such as plate tectonics, climate and the origins of life and ecosystems.

Prospective Students

Prospective Students

Why Study Earth Sciences? Find out all you need to know.

Undergraduate Degrees

Undergraduate Degrees

Undergraduate programmes and how to apply for them.

Postgraduate Taught Courses

Postgraduate Taught Courses

Postgraduate programmes and how to apply for them.

Doctoral Studies

Doctoral Studies

Description of MPhil/PhD topics and the EngD programmes.

Fieldwork

Fieldwork

Field training - a natural laboratory where students can learn.

The Department at a Glance

The Department at a Glance

See whats going on and whos is who at UCL Earth Sciences.

 

Resources:

All Modules: a wide variety of modules in our degrees and stream choices.

Term Dates: Find out more about term dates and college closures. 

Fieldwork: Experience how we at Earth Sciences work in the field.

Teaching Timetable:  See what's being taught, when, where and by whom across UCL.

Undergraduate Handbookonline and pdf resource.

New Students:  what you will be expected to do during your first few weeks at UCL.

UCL IT Support: Central IT services for all UCL students and staff. 

Careers: what careers Earth Scientists have gone into and how we keep in touch with our Alumni. 

Greenough Society: the backbone for socialising for ES students including social events, lectures and geological field trips.

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UCL Earth Sciences
UNDERGRADUATE TUTOR: DR WILLIAM BURGESS

j.thurow@ucl.ac.uk

  020 3108 6392 (56392)

AFILITE TUTOR: DANUTA KAMINSKI 

d.kaminski@ucl.ac.uk

020 3108 6355  (56355)  

 ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATOR: SuSIE RIZVI

d.rizvi@ucl.ac.uk

020 3108 6339 (56339)