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Four of our taught master’s modules are recognised by the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) and will qualify you for professional membership of the IEMA at Associate level (now moving to their new ‘graduate’ level).You’ll have the option of taking up this opportunity during your studies.Please note: our offer terms and conditions will be available in the September of the calendar year prior to the year in which you begin your studies.
These terms and conditions are provided in two stages: first when we make an offer and second when students who have accepted their offers register to study at the University.
View our offer terms and conditions and our generic registration terms and conditions (PDF) as a guide as to what to expect.
It normally takes three or four years of full-time study to complete our Ph D programme, or about twice as long part-time.
By the end of your programme, you’ll have become an independent researcher with expert knowledge on the technical, economic, social and policy aspects of environment and sustainability.
Download the code of practice for research degrees (PDF).
When you accept an offer of a place at the University of Surrey, you are agreeing to comply with our policies and regulations, and our terms and conditions.
Surrey’s postgraduate research code of practice sets out the University's policy and procedural framework relating to research degrees.
The code defines a set of standard procedures and specific responsibilities covering the academic supervision, administration and assessment of research degrees for all faculties within the University.
The University of Surrey has been leading the way in environmental and sustainability research for over 25 years.
From investigating people’s attitudes to the environment to exploring the opportunities for solar power mini-grids in sub-Saharan Africa, our environment and sustainability researchers are taking innovative approaches for a more prosperous, equitable, safe and secure future.