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Give the gift of RGS-IBG membership

Give the gift of RGS-IBG membership
30 Nov
2017
Do you know someone who is interested in discovering more about the world’s people, places and environments? Membership of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) is the perfect present for them

Forming the heart of a vibrant community of people interested in geography, travel and exploration, the Society enjoys the support of 16,000 Fellows and members in some 100 countries. Members benefit from a huge range of resources, events and activities, and the opportunity to meet people who share their passion.

As a charity and the UK’s learned society and professional body for geography, the Society promotes and advances geographical science. Alongside its popular Monday night lecture series for Fellows and members, the Society runs a full programme of public events including talks, debates and field visits – many of which take place across the UK. The Society also supports the teaching and learning of geography in schools and at university, fieldwork and expeditions, and the use of geography in the workplace and in making policy.

Young Geographer is an ideal gift for those studying geography at school or university, and looks impressive on university and job application forms. At just £43 for one year, £75 for two and £103 for three, Young Geographer membership offers excellent value and provides 14 to 24-year-olds with a great introduction to the Society and the geography community.

Ordinary Membership is the perfect gift for a loved one looking to connect with others with the same interests, and stay informed about geography and the world around them. At just £135 for one year, Ordinary Membership is open to everyone. Membership lasts 12 months and a special gift pack can be sent either directly to the recipient or to you.

As well as attending Society events, talks and exhibitions, both Young Geographers and Ordinary Members receive discounts at Stanfords and Cotswold Outdoor. Young Geographers also receive the digital edition of Geographical as part of their membership, while Ordinary Members can choose between the digital and print editions.

Gift memberships make a unique and thoughtful present for any occasion, including Christmas. To ensure delivery in time for this Christmas, please order by Tuesday 12 December. www.rgs.org/gift

Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) membership is open to all; the Society also offers Fellowship. You may use geography in your profession, be a geography graduate, have a thirst for geographical knowledge or a passion for travel. Geographical is the Society’s magazine and comes as part of membership. To find out more email: [email protected]

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