In the Department, you'll be provided with a desk and a PC in a shared office, along with access to our large shared computational cluster and any appropriate software relevant to your topic of study. Kitchen facilities, large coffee areas, and meeting spaces are available in all buildings, and a well-stocked departmental library is provided.
As many of our research students have little prior knowledge in atmospheric or oceanic sciences, the first two terms are normally partly occupied with a selection of master's courses.
We also offer an exciting range of opportunities to work with other researchers across the University's Environment Theme, and to take part in multi-disciplinary training activities organised by the Department.
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