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Department of Earth Sciences

 
Penny and Emily in front of lava flows during the eruption of Kilauea in Summer 2018

Key information

Important information for research students is contained within the Research Students Handbook, so please read and retain for future reference.

Useful information can also be found on the following pages, but raven authentication is required to access:


MPhil Thesis

The website of the Degree Committee for Earth Sciences and Geography has information for MPhil students, including where and when to submit an MPhil thesis, and the format of an MPhil thesis.


PhD Thesis

The website of the Degree Committee for Earth Sciences and Geography has information for PhD students, including where and when to submit a PhD thesis, and the format of a PhD thesis:

'Department of Earth Sciences: not to exceed, without prior permission of the Degree Committee, 275 numbered pages of which not more than 225 pages are text, appendices, illustrations and bibliography. A page of text is A4 one-and-a-half-spaced normal size type. The additional 50 pages may comprise tables of data and/or computer programmes reduced in size.'


Grad Talks

Grad Talks take place every Friday during term time, 17:00 in Harker 1. Grad talks are a chance for students to share their research and to gain useful feedback.