The Bsc Geophysical Sciences Geophysics Degree
At Ocean and Earth Science at the University of Southampton we offer a BSc Geophysical Sciences geophysics degree that ranks highly in both student satisfaction and career prospects.
Indeed, students on geophysics degrees at the University of Southampton recently reported an incredible 100% satisfaction rate in a national survey.
But it is the strength and prestige of this geophysics degree that will open doors to a wide range of employment opportunities. That is because potential employers view graduates of our Ocean and Earth Science programmes as superbly qualified scientists, with excellent personal and transferable skills in numeracy, communication and team working, according to feedback.
If you have the drive and ambition, and a love for geophysical sciences, the career opportunities once you graduate with your BSc Geophysical Sciences geophysics degree are enormous. For example, among our geophysics degree graduates is James Adcock, now senior geophysicist for a company specialising in shallow and archaeological geophysics.
James now works behind the scenes on the Channel 4 programme Time Team. He said: I have specialised in one area, called GPR (ground penetrating radar), but use all of the techniques initially learnt at Southampton in the work I undertake.
We will consider your geophysics degree application as soon as possible after it arrives at the University. In selecting applicants, we use the information provided on the UCAS form to determine whether you have the potential to flourish within Ocean and Earth Science.
Candidates who are predicted to attain our standard degree offers will be invited to visit the University and the waterside campus. During this visit you will meet with one of our academic staff to discuss the offer and explore how your interests and aspirations fit with the course. This formal interview also gives us the opportunity to get to know you.