Geography

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MPhil/PhD, or option of joint PhD with HKU/Humboldt/NUS

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Part Time, Full Time

Students in a lecture
RESEARCH PROFILE
  • Research income: £2.28m (2007-8)
  • Current number of academic staff: 37
  • Current number of research students: Approximately 120
  • Current number of postdoctoral: 17
  • Recent publications:
    • The International Handbook of Environmental Sociology
    • Development of a Modelling Methodology for the Investigation of Riparian Hydrological Processes
    • Wind Fields & Turbulence Statistics in an Urban Street Canyon
    • Accessible Housing: Quality, Disability & Design
    • Measuring Vulnerability to Urban Natural Disaster Risk
    • Frontiers: Histories of Civil Society & Nature
  • Joint PhDs available: Exciting opportunities to gain a joint PhD with the National University of Singapore, Hong Kong University or Humboldt University (Berlin, Germany)
KEY FACTS
Head of group/division
Dr Nicholas De Genova (PhD Tutor)
Awarding institution
King's College London/King's and HKU/Humboldt/NUS for joint programme
Duration
Expected to be two years FT; three-four years PT for MPhil; three years FT; five years PT for PhD.
Location
Strand Campus; some projects may take place on non-campus locations.
Student destinations
Students go on to become lecturers and research assistants, directors and senior managers of international consultancies, lawyers, consultants for environmental agencies, governments, charities and research organisations.
Year of entry 2015
Offered by
Lecture theatre