The Department of Earth Sciences is engaged in world-class research into the processes at work on and within the Earth and planets. We seek to understand the past through investigation and understanding in terms of the laws of physics, chemistry and biology. Graduate students benefit from our welcoming environment and cutting-edge facilities, including the UK’s only NASA Regional Planetary Image Facility and access to the University of London Observatory, and the UCL Hazard Centre. The department has strong links with resources and hazard risk industries, with most graduates finding employment within academia or geoscience-related industries.
Degree programme Qualification Study mode Geophysical Hazards MSc FT/PT Geoscience MSc FT/PT Natural Hazards PG Cert PT Natural Hazards for Insurers PG Cert PT Risk and Disaster Reduction MRes FT/PT Risk and Disaster Reduction PG Cert PT Risk and Disaster Science MSc FT/PT Risk, Disaster and Resilience MSc FT/PT