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Congratulations on completing Week 3!

We hope you’ve enjoyed the course and we’ve encouraged you to continue to learn more about the weather.

Want to study further?

Now that you’ve mastered some essentials, why not study meteorology at university? The University of Reading offers a BSc in Meteorology and Climate, and your completion of the online course will stand you in good stead to study the subject at undergraduate level.

At Reading, you’ll be joining a course of study accredited by the Royal Meteorological Society. You’ll also benefit from the Department’s close links to industry and a range of opportunities to enhance your employability. You’ll also have the chance to complete an independent research project on a topic of your choice, perhaps focusing on the currents of hurricanes and typhoons or the effect of climate change on crops.

You can find out more about the BSc Meteorology and Climate on the University of Reading website.

Next course?

Learn about the big data triumphs underpinning our knowledge of weather and climate - from the secret to better weather forecasts to the cunningly compact codes launched in the 1960s and still used today - allowing people to describe any weather event.

Big Data and the Environment starts 13 April 2020. Register your interest here.

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