A biology graduate's career can lie within a broad range of areas, such as in the agriculture, food, pharmaceutical, health, biotechnology, biomedical and ecology sectors. Increasingly, employment opportunities are becoming more global through EU organisations and in the international biological and ecological science sectors. A key element of the programme will be development of the qualities and knowledge profile required to fit the needs of biology-related industries and employers.
Why study this programme?
In addition to the increasing demand for environmental scientists, professionals across a wide range of careers in the public and private sectors must be able to demonstrate that they are environmentally aware, understand how environmental concerns relate to their jobs, and are capable of decision making consistent with the concept of sustainability.
A degree in Geography will provide you with an understanding of the natural and physical environment including the earth's landforms, rivers, oceans, atmosphere, flora and fauna; enhance you awareness of sustainability and the impacts of human activity on the natural environment and train you in the principal techniques of investigation and data analysis employed in the discipline.