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Graduate Taught


The Department of Geography provides an outstanding setting for undertaking Graduate study. Our Masters students benefit from the expertise of our world-class researchers, developing practical skills and knowledge for a range of careers in both the public and private sectors.

We offer 9 Graduate Taught (Masters) Programmes, including Climate Change, Environmental Mapping, Global Migration, Remote Sensing and Urban Studies. The inter-disciplinary nature of our work means students can develop their knowledge across subjects and benefit from learning from academics in Geography and other UCL Departments, including Economics and Engineering.

Read more about our Graduate Taught Programmes using the links below.

Postgraduate Open Events

On 7 December we are holding a series on-line Q&A sessions for our postgraduate taught courses.

Applicants will need to sign up for a Zoom session here. Search for the relevant course under "keywords" or filter the list by Geography.

Sessions and times are listed below.

Q&A Session for the MSc Conservation Programme with Jan Axmacher
Q&A Session for the MSc Environmental Modelling Programme with Jon French 10:00-11:00
Q&A Session for the MSc Global Migration Programme with Johanna Waters 10:00-11:00
Q&A Session for the MSc Remote Sensing and Environmental Mapping Programme with Mat Disney 10:00-11:00
Q&A Session for the MSc Environment, Politics and Society Programme with Seth Gustafson 11:00-12:00
Q&A Session for the MSc Urban Studies Programme with Andrew Harris 12:00-13:00
Q&A Session for the MSc Social and Geographical Data Science Programme with Stephen Law 13:00-14:00
Q&A Session for the MSc Climate Change Programme with Chris Brierley 15:00-16:00
Q&A Session for the MSc Aquatic Conservation, Ecology and Restoration Programme with Carl Sayer 11:00-12:00


Module Information

MSc Modules


Current Students

Information for current Graduate Taught students can be found on the Moodle module UCL Geography Research Student Resources.

    What our students have to say...

    "I wanted to immerse myself in a new topic with global scope which exposed me to other areas such as computer vision which I am becoming increasingly interested in. Remote Sensing technology gives us the power to monitor global trends in many critical environmental parameters and at the same time can be applied on a smaller scale for local surveying, and thus was a good fit for the career I hope to enter."
    James O'Connor
    MSc Remote Sensing Graduate