Our research is reflected in a variety of educational opportunities. You could study with us for a PhD, a taught Masters degree, a Masters degree by research, an undergraduate degree, or alternatively through a range of e-learning modules. Follow the links below to find our more.
Many of our funded research projects allow people with the right qualifications to study for a Doctorate degree which normally takes three years. As projects are funded advertisements are place in the appropriate media outlets and are also advertised on this web site access from the Home page. Details of PhD requirements can be found on the University of South Wales website.
A Masters degree can be obtained through research and again the University of South Wales web site gives details of this. Taught Masters degrees are also offered and details can be seen on the website. One example is the MSc Renewable Energy and Resource Management.. This course has been developed by and is currently taught by members of SERC.
The University of South Wales offers a wide variety of undergraduate programmes in science. These can be found on the university web site.