This is a multi-disciplinary, research informed degree which includes modules taught by active researchers across a range of areas including Biology, Geography, Planning, and Earth Sciences. These are high profile academics whose current research is re-writing the textbooks of yesterday. Between years 2 and 3 you will spend a year studying Environmental Science topics at one of our partner universities . You will follow course units that complement those available here at Manchester. During this time you will write a reflective journal in which you will document the insights you have gained from both your period of study and from engagement with the citizens of the host country. Integrative modules include tutorials, field courses, and project work. Our hands-on approach provides you with practical sessions and ample opportunities to put what you've learned in to practice on fieldtrips in the UK and abroad.