The flexibility and comprehensive nature of our Environmental Management and Sustainability programme means that it's excellent preparation for a range of careers, from a generalist working at an individual site to a specialist on a regional, national or international scale.
Possible careers for our graduates include: environmental management, nature conservation, environmental consultancy, business sustainability or environmental education.
Many have gone on to work for governmental organisations such as Natural England, the Environment Agency and local authorities, wildlife trusts, the National Trust, and environmental or ecological consultancy in the private sector.
Excellent employability and careers support
We are proud to equip our graduates with the skills they need to gain top jobs in the sector. In addition, we offer focused careers advice, support, and networking opportunities.
During a mini-placement at the end of your first year, and during our regular careers fairs, you'll have the opportunity to establish good contacts among potential employers, and we provide you with advice on CV writing and job application strategies to increase the chances of getting the job you want.
Additionally, graduates of our Landscape and Countryside Management pathway are likely to be in high demand given the increased emphasis placed on the management of land for a wide range of purposes, and the development of an ecosystem approach to land management policy.