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Environmental Management (PhD - MPhil)

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  • Objectives
    Studying for an MPhil/PhD will prepare you for a professional career within the growing field of environmental policy, consultancy or research (academic or applied). A research degree will equip you with the skills to collect, synthesise and analyse primary and secondary data on an environmental issue and develop original thinking in relation to policy or theoretical frameworks. This will be supported by your supervisor(s) and may be connected with an applied, work-based theme.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements -Good honours degree in a related subject. -Master’s degree preferred but not essential.
  • Academic Title
    Environmental Management (PhD / MPhil)
  • Course description
    Staff research areas
    Key areas of interest include: environmental management in regional – especially European and east European – contexts; environment and business management; environmental policy and politics; coastal and countryside management issues, including the management of European protected areas.

    Study resources
    Birkbeck offers a wide range of interdisciplinary research opportunities in environmental management, embracing geography, earth sciences, biological and chemical sciences, management and organisational psychology, law, and social and natural sciences. You can undertake research in one or more subject areas, attached to one or more academic Schools accordingly.

    Supportive research environments and facilities appropriate to your project are offered throughout, together with co-supervision for interdisciplinary projects.

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