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Contact and Find Us

Berrill Building on the Open University campus

Contact details for the School:

School of Environment, Earth and Ecosystem Sciences
Faculty of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
The Open University
Walton Hall
Milton Keynes MK7 6AA
UK

Tel: +44 (0) 1908 332943

Email: STEM-EEES-Admin@open.ac.uk

To contact an individual please search the School's People page.

How to Find Us

We are based at The Open University headquarters at Walton Hall in Milton Keynes, which is 80km north of Central London, midway between Oxford and Cambridge, and just off the M1 motorway, linking it to Birmingham and the north of England.

The campus is 4 miles from Milton Keynes Central railway station, served by the West Coast Main Line between Birmingham and London (Euston).

 

Campus map

When you arrive, a campus map is available for you from Reception, also available to download. The School of Environment, Earth and Ecosystem Sciences is situated in the Gass Building, marked number 10 on the map. 

OU Go

OU Go is a 3D map guide for the Milton Keynes campus that you can download onto your mobile phone. It uses GPS data to help you navigate to specified buildings, events, car parking, cycle parking, and outdoor art exhibits. Download the app via the App Store on iTunes for iPhone users, or the Google Play store for Android users

News

Celebrating Graduation in Manchester

On 22 November Professors Clare Warren, Mark Brandon and Richard Holliman, and Dr Barbara Kunz travelled to Manchester for an OU Graduation Ceremony.

29th November 2022

EEES researcher to lead £800k project to improve global climate change predictions

An EEES researcher is leading a new Natural Environmental Research Council-funded project to improve our ability to predict climate change using cutting-edge analysis of fossilised algae molecules. 

15th November 2022

New book 'Deciphering Earth's History: the Practice of Stratigraphy'

We are delighted to announce the publication of a new book Deciphering Earth's History: the Practice of Stratigraphy.

11th November 2022
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