Geography is an academically robust subject which spans the social and physical sciences and promotes a lifelong interest and fascination in how the world works. It is part of the academic group of English Baccalaureate GCSE subjects and the Russell Group of universities has recognised A Level geography as one of their preferred ‘facilitating subjects’; which supports an application into a wide range of undergraduate courses. The knowledge and transferable skills that geographers gain from their degree studies are highly relevant to the workplace and I am delighted to say that geography graduates experience some of the lowest levels of graduate unemployment
Nick Crane has followed the lead of previous RGS-IBG Presidents and written a letter around about Options time explaining the power and significance of studying Geography.
It can be downloaded as a PDF from this link.
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