With internationally recognised Earth scientists from across the discipline researching and teaching together, Cardiff's School of Earth and Environmental Sciences fosters world-class research that enhances the student experience.
The School of Earth and Environmental Sciences was established in 1891. Located in the University's iconic Main Building in the heart of Cardiff's civic centre of Cardiff, we neighbour the National Museum of Wales, with its superb geological collections.
The School includes a staff of more than 55 academics, including two Fellows of the Royal Society. The current Head of School is Professor Ian Hall.
Our state-of-the-art facilities and equipment underpin research in all branches of Earth and Ocean Sciences.