This four-year programme follows the BSc structure for the first three years (with the third year studying abroad if you take the Year Abroad option) and culminates with a fourth year of Master’s modules. You will also complete a substantial piece of independent research, supervised by a member of faculty active in environmental research. Optional modules cover advanced topics such as the science and policy implications of climate geoengineering; sustainable consumption; modelling of environmental and ecological processes using computers, statistics and geographical information systems; and the science and management of environmental pollution. Enhance your studies with a year abroad. You will spend the third year of your studies at an exchange university in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand or Europe. Then you will return to UEA to complete a fourth year of Master’s-level modules. This is a fantastic opportunity to experience another culture at the same time as broadening your academic and personal horizons. You could study in departments that allow you to explore different aspects of your subject. The chance to examine other countries in the context of your chosen subject is particularly useful in strengthening your employment prospects.