If you are interested in the world around you and want to know about how and why things happen, then Geography is the subject for you. You will mix physical and human geography to understand what makes things happen across the UK and the world.
Topics you will study:
Tectonic plates and coasts
Globalisation and regeneration
Water and carbon cycles
Superpowers, migration and Identify
There is also an independent investigation in the second year.
General entry criteria apply plus a GCSE English Language and Maths at Grade 5. Grade 4 in GCSE Geography if taken. If GCSE Geography is not taken, then Grade 4 or above in a GCSE Science will be considered.
Many careers require a range of employability skills, eg. team working, data analysis, communications and problem solving, these are all developed through the study of Geography.
This makes Geography a great choice for students who have not decided in a career yet and want to keep options open. Some example careers include: Market research, Logistics manager, environmental consultant.