St Anne’s is a popular choice for Masters students in Geography, as it is situated only a five-minute walk away from the Department across the Parks.
We try to accommodate as many students as possible, in the courses that relate most closely to the research and teaching interests of the two geography tutors based at St Anne’s – this includes the Geography MSc course in Nature, Society and Environmental Policy, and the new combined Drylands and Water course. It also covers the ECI course in Environmental Change and Management. All our MSc students are encouraged to participate in College activities and Departmental seminars, and there are sufficient students at St Anne’s for a good social interaction. The St Anne’s library is a well-used resource for recent books on all the courses provided.
Overall St Anne’s provides a friendly and intellectually challenging environment for postgraduate students in Geography, and it allows for excellent interaction with other students from Geography as well as a wide range of sister disciplines.
Please see the links below for details of the postgraduate courses available in Geography and for information about how to apply.
St Anne's offers a number of scholarships, bursaries and awards for postgraduate students. Please see our pages on Financial Matters for details. A Graduate Scholarship in Transport is available at St Anne’s College for one DPhil student from the European Union (including the UK).