BSc in Environmental Management
Queen's University of Belfast - Medical Faculty
GBP 4,710 / per year
Earliest start date
The growing changes affecting the natural environment, and the increasing role of environmental policies affecting businesses and organizations are creating new and challenging career opportunities for those familiar with issues of sustainable development, planning, and environmental protection and management.
The BSc in Environmental Management explores the physical, social, economic, and cultural aspects of environmental management. It combines aspects of science, geography, and environmental planning with an environmental work placement to understand the environmental systems in which we live and work.
Students will be enabled to understand; issues of sustainable development, conservation, and environmental protection and management, the integrated and holistic nature of environmental management, and how to devise, manage, and critically evaluate project work.
Scholarships and Funding
We offer prestigious, competitive scholarships of up to 50% off tuition fees to new international students. You must have an offer to study a full-time course with us in 2023 to apply for a scholarship. Find out more by contacting the university.
Environmental Management students will complete a compulsory 16-week degree-related work placement. Students will begin preparations for the placement in the first semester of Stage 2 and the placement will take place usually at the end of the second semester.
Program Tuition Fee
Careers are diverse, not only in the rural and land use industries and government services but also in private sector industries, financial institutions, and agribusiness concerns of various kinds.
Graduates will know the natural environment, be able to demonstrate familiarity with sustainable development, conservation, and environmental protection issues, as well as an understanding of the integrated and holistic nature of land use and environmental management.
Possible careers include environmental management (private and public sectors) and include consultancy and environmental impact assessment with environmental organizations (eg Royal Society for the Protection of Birds(RSPB), and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). Graduates can become Chartered Surveyors. Opportunities also exist within the full range of occupations associated with graduate employment.
Employment after the Course
Students who graduate from the Environmental Management programs have primarily embraced careers in the following areas: environmental management; environmental consultancy; environmental conservation; environmental surveying.
Graduates from this course have found employment in several organizations, including:
- Action Renewables
- The Consumer Council
- Environment Agency
- RecyCo Waste Management
- Royal Society for the Protection of Birds(RSPB)
- Rural Planning Services (RPS)Consulting
- ESB International
- McQuillan Environmental
- ATG Group
- Clarity Consultancy NI
- DevineAir Limited
- Connswater Community Greenway
- John McCaffrey Associates
- Bryson Recycling
- Ards and North Down Borough Council
- Loughs Agency
Degree plus award for extra-curricular skills
In addition to your degree programme, at Queen's you can have the opportunity to gain wider life, academic and employability skills—for example, placements, voluntary work, clubs, societies, sports, and lots more. So not only do you graduate with a degree recognized by a world-leading university, you'll have practical national and international experience plus wider exposure to life overall. We call this Degree Plus. It's what makes studying at Queen's University Belfast special.