School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences postgraduate opportunities – virtual drop-in session
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Our team of friendly, expert academic programme leaders, within the School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (SoGEES), are delighted to offer you the chance to find out more information about the wide range of exciting postgraduate opportunities within the school.
The postgraduate programme portfolio within the school spans an exciting range. Whether you're coming from a background in the social or physical sciences, or from engineering, or from an entirely different area altogether, our programmes all produce professionals who will be uniquely able to confront the global challenges facing our world in the 21st century.
Our programmes have been designed to address many of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, which gives our students the knowledge and skills required to thrive in environmental and sustainability sectors, right across the world. 
To join the events, please click on the dates below to access the Zoom links. You can also register to receive event details via email using the links above. The same content will be offered at both events, so you only need to attend one. 
Please email Dr Sarah Boulton, Deputy Head of School and Associate Head of School – Marketing and Recruitment (SoGEES), if you have any questions about these events: sarah.boulton@plymouth.ac.uk
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Wednesday 22 February
Join us online between 13:00–14:00 (UK time) to find your perfect postgraduate opportunity.
• Meeting ID: 934 8134 2442
• Passcode: 455126
Wednesday 24 May
Join us online between 13:00–14:00 (UK time) to find your perfect postgraduate opportunity.
• Meeting ID: 992 9598 7977
• Passcode: 110080
 

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