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IntroEmission of anthropogenic pollutants into the air since industrialisation has resulted in a change in the composition of the Earths atmosphere. Air pollution has now become a major concern for human and environmental health, and for the Earths overall climate. Our Atmospheric Science MRes will help you understand our atmosphere and its many complex processes that are responsible for sustaining life as we know it.You will learn about the chemistry and dynamics of the Earth’s atmosphere; how
Emission of anthropogenic pollutants into the air since industrialisation has resulted in a change in the composition of the Earth's atmosphere. Air pollution has now become a major concern for human and environmental health, and for the Earth's overall climate. Our Atmospheric Science MRes will help you understand our atmosphere and its many complex processes that are responsible for sustaining life as we know it.
You will learn about the chemistry and dynamics of the Earth’s atmosphere; how to observe, measure and model our air; what air quality means, and how we legislate for air pollutants. You’ll discover how to reduce air pollution effects and protect public and environmental health.
Joining a team of Brighton researchers who focus on developing practical solutions and strategies to help reduce negative impacts on air quality and climate, you will develop your research skills in this field. You'll have the opportunity to work at our JOAQUIN Advanced Air Quality Research (JAAQS) Observatory, one of the most advanced permanent tropospheric observatories in the UK.
How this course is delivered
We are designing your teaching timetable with the aim of maximising the time you spend on campus, with measures in place to make it as safe, enjoyable and social for everyone as possible.
Every student will have timetabled in-person learning. This will vary by course and could include activities such as seminars and tutorials, workshops, studio time, clinical skills sessions and laboratory classes.
Some of your timetabled learning will delivered online: for example, large lectures may be delivered online live and be made available as recordings.
The course intends to maximise both your personal and professional potential, and provides a foundation for careers in research, industry, the public sector and academia.
On course completion, you will be equipped with practical research-based training, plus the necessary transferable skills to prepare you for career progression.
A 2:1 degree in a relevant subject. Students with a degree that does not fall within this category but who have significant relevant experience, will also be considered. All applicants should provide a full description of any research projects undertaken, relevant work experience and non-academic qualifications.
Located on Englandâs south coast, across three campuses in Brighton and one in Eastbourne, the University of Brighton is dedicated to practical and work-related learning. All courses look to prepare students for the working world and many are accredited by external organisations, meaning theyâre recognised within industry. Because of this, the University of Brighton has a good record of graduate employment. Youâll find undergraduate degrees in a range of subject areas, from aerospace engineering to midwifery, and graphic design to linguistics, so thereâs something to suit most students. Brightonâs students can also join numerous professional and entrepreneurial societies and networks, as well as volunteer for various projects. This allows students to develop important skills and gain vital experience.