The School of Environmental Sciences in collaboration with the National Oceanography Centre offers training towards an MSc in Sea Level, covering topics including global sea level change in a changing climate, storm surges and coastal flooding, and techniques for quantitative analysis of sea level records. The programme options allow students to follow either a science/research direction, or to develop an understanding of how sea level science can be communicated in commercial and government arenas.
- MSc Sea Level: from Coast to Global Ocean
This MSc has been suspended for 2017 entry as we reconfigure the programme and its modules. We plan the new MSc Programme to open for 2018 entry, so please check here again after summer 2017. Any queries can be directed to either Prof. Chris Hughes or Prof. Jonathan Sharples.
We want to try and help you prepare for the day-to-day costs of studying. These might include things like photocopying in the library, buying textbooks and specialist equipment or going on field classes. We have put together tables of additional costs for guidance, for each subject area, including where departments make contributions towards these costs. The Study costs guide should help you with your budgeting.