What can I do with a degree in Geography?

Dr Malcolm Campbell research

Geography is an exciting and distinctive discipline at the interface between Science and Arts. It also has links to Law, Sociology, Engineering, Computer Science and Health Sciences. Its focus is on finding innovative solutions to problems faced by global society, including climate change, poverty, sustainability, health and inequality.

We aim to provide courses and learning that will enable you to make a difference in your chosen career path after university. The relationships between people and their environments - and the sustainability of these interactions - is a key theme. For example, geographers can study the physical factors and the human responses to the challenges created by climate change.

For more information

see the Geography subject page