Study Geography and Environmental Management at Salford

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Climate change, and the threat to our ecosystems, fills the daily news agenda. Now is the perfect time to focus on study paths that open up career opportunities to make a global difference.

Delivered in one of Europe's fastest growing city-regions, surrounded by some of the UK's best national parks, start your geography and environmental management journey with Salford.

Undergraduate Courses in Geography and Environmental Management

Make a start with Salford

Three great reasons to study at Salford


Choose to include an industrial placement year between years two and three to boost your future employability


Experience live briefs, guest lectures and real-world scenarios as you build your geographic and environmental knowledge


Learn in our green campus, minutes from Manchester city centre - voted the UK's most liveable city

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Location. Location. Location

Our enviable position at the heart of Greater Manchester makes us the perfect choice whether you're relocating for a long-stay or you're travelling here for the day.

Our Peel Park campus has its own campus train station - Salford Crescent, which can take you into Manchester in just ten minutes, Liverpool in 30 minutes, or direct to Manchester Airport in just 25 minutes. 

Our MediaCityUK campus is well-served by Metrolink - Europe's largest light rail network.


Explore our range of courses and pathways in geography and environmental management


Our BA (Hons) Geography course enables you to explore the relationship between people and their environment and is primarily aimed at those interested in human geography. Our BSc (Hons) Geography provides more focus on physical geography, exploring the interdependencies between natural ecosystems and processes.

Explore BA (Hons) Geography

Explore BSc (Hons) Geography

Explore BA (Hons) Geography with Foundation Year

Explore BSc (Hons) Geography with Foundation Year


Environmental Management

This course is about understanding of science and its interrelationship with the environment. You will learn how organisations perceive the environment and the considerations they need to invest in to improve their performance. If you are interested in sustainable development and planning, want a career in a new, developing and challenging area, if you want to improve the environmental performance of organisations or help to mitigate global climate change, then this course is for you.

Explore BSc (Hons) Environmental Management

Explore BSc (Hons) Environmental Management with Foundation Year