Leeds leads the way

| November 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

The School of Earth and Environment (SEE), attached to the University of Leeds in West Yorkshire in the UK, is taking the call to change education seriously.

The SEE has just been ranked second in the UK in terms of research capability and output in earth and environmental sciences, and is widely considered to be at the cutting edge of action against climate change, the search for clean energies and water sources, and sustainable development. Its researchers do their work across four institutes and two large national centres, studying the earth from core to atmosphere, and bringing geophysics, meteorology and atmospheric science together. The school offers ‘new-look’ degrees, such as the undergraduate masters programme, which includes a year of international study in North America or Australasia.

Category: Summer 2012

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