Pursue a master's in Meteorology at the University of Reading, one of the world's leading meteorology departments.
You'll learn from internationally renowned experts in the field – and acquire essential skills for your future career.
Develop expertise in atmospheric physics, forecasting, and the analysis of data from observations and models.
If you're interested in a career in forecasting, or in the applications of meteorological and climate science, this is the course for you.
Gain an understanding of the fluid dynamics of the atmosphere and oceans, and learn how to develop numerical models of them.
This course is ideal if you have a strong background in maths and physics and want to enter a growing and exciting scientific field.
This unique, new course is designed to address the growing demand for people who have the scientific understanding of our changing climate and artificial intelligence, together with the business acumen to deploy that understanding effectively.
This course combines most of the meteorological and climate science modules of our MSc Applied Meteorology course, with management training through the triple-accredited Henley Business School, part of the University of Reading.
Scholarships are available for master's students enrolling in 2023, some offered directly by the University and others allocated by external funding bodies – for example, the Felix Scholarship and the Fulbright Commission.
In order to apply for a University of Reading scholarship, candidates must have received an offer of admission to one of our participating master's courses.
Scholarships are awarded in two rounds. Candidates unsuccessful in round one will automatically go forward for consideration in round two, provided they still hold a valid offer of admission to an eligible course.
In addition to the entry requirements specified for each of our master's courses, for our MSc Applied Meteorology and Climate, MSc Atmosphere, Ocean and Climate, and MSc Applied Meteorology and Climate with Management, it is useful to have working knowledge of certain topics relating to maths, physics, meteorology and computing before you start your MSc course. Note that this does not apply to MSc Climate Change and Artificial Intelligence.