Environment, Culture & Communication

Our Environment, Culture & Communication programme prepares graduates to enter fields in environmental journalism, education, public relations, advertising, and consultancy. The interdisciplinary nature of the programme means your skills are also tailored towards emerging fields such as negotiating between scientific fact and cultural understanding of climate change, and the ‘anticipatory history’ that must inform landscape management in the future. Graduates have gone on to work for environmental NGOs, ecological arts organisations, and undertaken further study at PhD level.

Explore the relationships we hold with our ‘wild’ environments, and how these evolved. Find out more and apply here.


Below are some potential careers for graduates of the MLitt Environment, Culture & Communication programme. Click the job titles below for more information, including average salary information, expected working hours, career progression routes, and current opportunities.

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Icha's Story

Icha joined the MLitt Environment, Culture & Communication programme from Indonesia, and found herself in a "very welcoming and inclusive society". Watch her story here.