Do you want to understand human environmental impact? You will build solutions to real environmental issues, using knowledge and cutting edge practical skills. Develop an understanding of climate change, biodiversity, conservation and sustainability, in marine and terrestrial ecosystems. Apply the latest techniques in the laboratory and the field - through training in the UK and overseas. You will graduate ready to shape the future of fields from ecosystem management to environmental monitoring. * In the 2016 National Student Survey, 96 per cent of students said staff were good at explaining things; 92 per cent found the staff enthusiastic; 85 per cent felt they received sufficient advice and support during their studies and 96 per cent were satisfied with this course overall. * Benefit from enthusiastic, supportive staff and teaching informed by our renowned research. * Take part in regular UK and overseas fieldwork in destinations such as Dartmoor National Park, Malaysia and Malta, where you will explore and study terrestrial and marine environmental systems. * Experience in-depth coverage of natural sciences in the context of cultural and economic systems. * Learn about the latest actions and technological developments in the struggle against climate change. * LABplus is a unique open access laboratory and resource centre designed for students studying science and engineering courses. The lab provides a flexible workspace, computing facilities, specialist software, access to microscopes, microscope cameras and bespoke resources. * Develop your employability with placement opportunities in the UK and abroad, with organisations such as Kew Gardens, Pell Frischmann, The National Trust and Hyder Consulting Ltd. * Qualify as a professional diver (HSE SCUBA) as part of your second year of study.