Aberystwyth University has one of the largest and oldest Geography departments in the UK, celebrating its centenary year in 2017. Nestled in beautiful Mid Wales, bound by the Snowdonia National Park to the north, the Cambrian Mountains to the east and Cardigan Bay out west, our unique setting is perfect to study geography and Earth sciences.
Geography degrees at Aberdeen may be studied as a MA or a BSc and students can chose to focus on Physical Geography (BSc), Human Geography (MA) or a combination. Both programmes have been accredited by the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG). The curriculum has real-world relevance and addresses many of the most pressing problems faced by society today.
Come and study Geography at Aberdeen, the fifth oldest university in the UK, as the Department approaches our centenary in 2019.
If you are fascinated by the relationship between people and places, taking Geography at Bath Spa will equip you to understand key global challenges, from climate change to sustainable development, and enable you to contribute to debates about our physical environment and the ways we interact with it.
We offer four courses: BSc Geography; BSc Geography (Physical); BSc Geography (Human); and BSc Global Development and Sustainability, allowing you to choose the course most suited to you. All of our courses have been accredited by the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG). All routes are also offered with a Professional Placement Year which you take between your second and third year of study.
Whatever route you take, you will be part of a friendly department offering small classes, specialist expertise and state-of-the-art facilities. Our rural site is an added bonus for passionate geographers; a superb natural laboratory where you will learn a range of scientific and social science techniques.
Our geography and global development graduates have gone on to work in a wide range of sectors, including in the environment and heritage sector, utilities, planning and housing management, marketing, leisure and tourism, logistics, humanitarian relief, and development sectors
Our courses tackle the issues witnessed in today’s world, such as human migration, sustainable cities and renewable energy and climate change, inspiring curiosity in our Geography students.
Our BSc (Hons) Geography course is one of only a few degrees in the UK to be accredited by both the Institute of Environmental Sciences and the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG). Our modern facilities, research-active teaching team and inspiring fieldtrips combine to help you develop the interdisciplinary skills needed to address these issues.
Our strong emphasis on applying theory to practice has supported graduates in securing roles such as geoscientists, environmental consultants, business analysts and transport officers in areas such as agronomy, data analysis and conservation.
Geography and Environmental Science degrees at the University of Greenwich are delivered by the Natural Resources Institute (NRI), a specialist institute with a reputation for international excellence and more than 100 years’ expertise and experience in global food security, sustainable development and poverty reduction. NRI is based at the University’s Medway campus in Kent, which is close to both London and Kent’s ‘Garden of England’, offering our students the perfect base to explore the capital and local rivers, countryside and coastal scenery. Our Geography and Environmental Science degrees are ranked first among London universities for student satisfaction and within the UK’s top ten for student satisfaction by the Complete University Guide (2017).
Explore, discover and engage with QMUL. The School of Geography at QMUL is recognised as an international centre for excellence in teaching and research. With courses in geography and environmental science, we offer students the opportunity to explore, discover and engage with the world around them. Join us and work alongside academics who are committed to making a difference in the world. From climate change, sustainability and environmental management to development, global health and questions of culture, identity and social justice, our research – and therefore your studies – reach out and touch upon some of society’s biggest and most pressing challenges.
Explore. Transform. Experience.
- Our Geography courses are top in Wales and 6th in the UK according to the Guardian university league table 2020.
- Diverse UK and international fieldwork destinations. Previous overseas fieldwork locations have included Sicily, Athens, Santorini, New York, Hong Kong, Uganda and South Africa.
- Dynamic teaching approaches in small and friendly groups.
- Strong links with industry and public sector partners.
- Natural History and Geology courses also available.
Flexible programmes and gold quality teaching – plus stunning scenery on your doorstep. One of the best things about studying Geography at Swansea University is that you’ll have a whole range of modules to choose from. You can choose both human and physical geography options and don’t have to state your preference at the very beginning. Based on leafy Singleton Park Campus, right next to beautiful Swansea Bay, Swansea University’s Geography Department is an ideal location to study geography – the local area is perfect for fieldwork on the Gower peninsula and the South Wales location offers easy access to mountains, coastal areas and urban communities.
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