Courses

The Department of Geography has a long history of producing high quality and enjoyable courses, recognised by employers for the relevant skills and knowledge they provide students, along with a high level of employability.

Undergraduate


Student profiles

Andrew Fielding

Andrew Fielding

Andrew Fielding

BSc (Hons) Environmental Science

The modules provided me with a baseline understanding of principles I now apply on a daily basis, from my introduction to GIS to fieldwork on the beaches of Portals Vells, Mallorca.

Helen Donlon

Helen Donlon

Helen Donlon

BA (Hons) Human Geography

Studying allowed me to develop transferable skills, becoming knowledgeable in global affairs, helping me become well-rounded, acting upon any situation I’m faced with – socially or professionally.


Teaching and Learning

Whichever of our high quality courses you choose, teaching will combine laboratory and workshop practical activities, lectures and seminars, directed independent study, dissertation supervision, tutorials and fieldwork. You will also receive career planning and management training in our Geo-careers module.

Our facilities include teaching and research laboratories for physical and human geography, information technology, remote sensing and geographical information systems, all of which have an extensive range of equipment and technical support.