Grants available to support conference travel and fieldwork funded by the Richard John Bryant Estate Award

The Human Geography team places a high value on a maintaining a vibrant research culture, in which research students are central. Our research community includes strong links among different sub-disciplines of Geography, and to the wider School of Social Sciences, and to cognate disciplines across the University. A PhD in Human Geography prepares students for an exceptionally broad range of careers, in fields such as urban planning, environmental management, migration policy, international development, and geospatial analysis, to name a few. Graduates of our PhD programme have gone on to become successful academics, policy-makers, and practitioners and distinguished alumni and researchers.

We are fully committed to supporting research students through quality supervision, funding for field work, research seminars, reading groups, work-in-progress workshops, and opportunities to gain teaching experience.

Grants are available to support conference travel and fieldwork funded by the Richard John Bryant Estate Award