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    I'm currently finishing my last year a Sussex University where I'm studying BSc Geography. Though I'm unsure of what to do next, I've applied for numerous graduate schemes, though I feel that I need to specialize through a masters course to enhance my chances of being successful.
    I'm looking towards environmental masters, so encompassing, climate change, renewables, energy policy, consultancy etc. Some relevant masters are Environmental Technology at Imperial, Corporate Environmental Management at Surrey, Sustainability and Management at Royal Holloway.
    Though in addition to these I also have an interest in Surveying and wish to potentially pursue a masters which is RICS accredited leading to becoming a Chartered Surveyor. Some courses being Surveying and GIS at UCL and Development Policy at Reading.
    I was wondering what areas of employment related to the masters above are viable and show the most promise currently and in the following years? In addition can anyone suggest any suitable masters or job areas which are currently expanding(with some relation to the areas I mentioned above)
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