Join the School of Geography and find yourself taking part in a unique programme developed from our own research in geography, global development and environmental science.
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Explore key human geography topics including cultures; economies; societies; development; social justice; cities past, present and future; geopolitics and more on this flexible degree programme, while keeping the option open to study some physical geography modules too.
Understand the core physical processes and mechanisms that shape our world. Explore key topics in physical geography including climate change, environmental management, river science and geomorphology with the option of human geography topics too.
Specialise in human geography topics including globalisation, international development, geopolitics, social justice, economy, society, culture, identity, gender, power, geographies of biomedicine, global health and more.
Combine your interest in geography with key business issues such as economics, management, marketing, human resources and accounting.
Investigate the relationships between physical and ecological systems and how these relate to human activity on this interdisciplinary degree programme. Take specialist modules from biology on topics such as diversity, evolutionary genetics, conservation, environmental pollution and tropical ecology.
Combine your interests in environmental science and business management: investigate the relationships between physical and ecological systems and how these relate to human activity, alongside key business issues such as economics, management, marketing, human resources and accounting.
Study an innovative, interdisciplinary programme which examines the most pressing development challenges of our time – from health pandemics to social inequalities and climate change.
Discover our inclusive approach to education, co-created with our diverse student body, enhanced by our world-leading research and the latest technologies.
Fieldwork is central to all our programmes and takes place in London, the UK and overseas.
The unique opportunities in our programmes are recognised by external bodies.