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Geography & the Environment Courses at Northumbria

Shape The Planet

Study Undergraduate Geography & Environment subjects at Northumbria. Join the Times Higher Education University of The Year 2022.  

Ready to Ask the Big Questions? 

Geography and Environmental Studies at Northumbria is ranked 2nd for research power in the UK (REF, 2021), helping to answer questions such as: 

How will changes in Antarctica’s glaciers lead to rises in global sea level? How can we help communities experiencing the increased adverse weather events as a result of climate change? Can we better predict space weather and the impact it is having on Earth? Can volunteering build key skills and reduce inequalities experienced by young refugees?    

Ready to Unlock Your Potential? 

Accredited by the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), this degree contains a solid academic foundation in geographical knowledge and skills and prepares graduates to address the needs of the world beyond higher education.  

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The UCAS deadline has now passed but don’t worry, you’ve still got until the 30th June to apply.

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Geography BA (Hons)

Undergraduate | Newcastle | 3 years full-time or 4 years with a placement (sandwich)/study abroad

Understand the economic, cultural, social and political processes that influence key contemporary issues with this course.

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Geography BSc (Hons)

Undergraduate | Newcastle | 3 years full-time or 4 years with a placement (sandwich)/study abroad

Understand and analyse human impact on the environment, the world around you, and all of the factors that affect this on this course.

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