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Geography is uniquely positioned between the physical and social sciences enabling geographers to provide broad ranging perspectives on a range of key societal challenges. At Keele, you can study the subject as part of a dual honours, major route or single honours pathway. In all cases, you will develop a core foundation in the first year from which you have the flexibility to pursue a diverse range of specialisms and interests in the second and third years. You’ll learn to access and engage with the latest research; undertake effective fieldwork; utilise a range of methods to collect and analyse qualitative and quantitative data; plan and undertake research; and use specialist software, such as GIS, to address geographical problems. The course also offers local and overseas field excursions, access to excellent computing and science lab facilities, and the chance to study abroad at a partner institution.
We accept a number of EU and International qualifications for entry to our degree programmes.
Please note that there will normally be English Language requirements for entry to our courses.
Contact us for specific entry requirements for your chosen course and country.
Fundamentals of Physical Geography
Geography and Geographers
The Practice of Physical Geography
People and the Environment
Practising Human Geography
Global Warming or a New Ice Age?
Practical Physical Geography
Practical Human Geography
Geographical Research Training
Space and Society
Concepts and Debates in Geography
Work placement module
Double Dissertation Independent Study Project (ISP) OR
Single Dissertation ISP
Glaciers and Glacial Geomorphology
Postcolonialism in South Asia
Economic Development and Environmental Transformation
Geographies of Children and Youth
Sustainability and Social Justice
Trees in their Environment
As a geographer, you’ll develop a wide range of transferable and subject-specific skills that are highly valued by employers. Your interdisciplinary perspectives, problem solving skills and the ability to research, evaluate and synthesise information from diverse sources are relevant to a broad range of careers including those in transport and planning and the environmental and retail sectors. They also provide an ideal training for postgraduate study.
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