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Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences

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Virtual open week

From 15 to 19 June 2020, experience our campus, facilities and open day talks from the comfort of your home.

Coronavirus update

Following UK government guidance, there has been a temporary closure of non-essential campus facilities. If you need to get in touch with a member of staff, please visit the Contact us section of this website. Staff are working from home and responding to emails. We are still accepting applications from those wishing to study with us, though we ask you to please be patient through this challenging time.

Further information about the current status of the campus can be found on The University of Manchester's Coronavirus information page.

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Details of all academic staff and researchers across the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences.

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History and heritage

Earth sciences has a proud history at Manchester and has been studied here since 1851.

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Discover Earth and Environmental Sciences at The University of Manchester.

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