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Taught on our outstanding Brackenhurst Campus just north of Nottingham, this degree explores a range of geographical issues, important to both the physical and human environment. Your learning will be central to the understanding of contemporary global issues, giving you the skills to work in a diverse range of sectors
Study Geography at NTU and you can split your time between our stunning, rural Brackenhurst Campus and the vibrant city of Nottingham, and explore a subject that is relevant and crucially important to today’s world.
Why choose this course?
- Get the best of both worlds! Immerse yourself in the subject in our stunning outdoor classroom at Brackenhurst, but still be completely connected to student life and all the events, entertainment, clubs and societies that Nottingham has to offer.
- Learn from our experienced teaching staff who have expertise in a wide range of specialist areas including glaciology, natural hazards and water quality testing.
- Study in our 1,000 square metre, £2.5 million campus Eco-library and benefit from free electronic access to the core text for each module.
- Undertake fieldwork on our very own Brackenhurst Campus, elsewhere in the UK and even in south-east Spain.
- Benefit from our strong links with employers and academic institutions by completing a year-long work placement.
- Take advantage of subsidised field trips as part of your course fee.
- This programme has been accredited by the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG).
Careers and employability
The skills you possess as a Geography graduate will enable you to choose an exciting career in one of many areas. For example, central and local governments offer roles in numerous departments dealing with aspects of:
- pollution monitoring
- disaster management
- flood prevention.
Charities employ geographers as:
- aid coordinators
- GIS specialists
- project managers.
Private companies employ:
- environmental consultants
- risk assessors
- GIS specialists.
You have the option to take on a placement for at least 38 weeks. This would take place between the second and third year of study. This can lead to a Certificate or Diploma in Professional Studies.
Previous students have undertaken placements at organisations like:
- The Environment Agency
- Wildlife Trusts
- Nottingham City Council
- The Forestry Commission
The core module Geographical Fieldwork in the first year of the course provides a unique opportunity to:
- explore concepts
- further develop skills that you have learnt in the classroom in real world situations.
The module will involve extensive fieldwork in the UK and a contrasting Mediterranean setting where a week’s residential fieldwork is carried out.