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Studying about Geography

A geography degree allows you to study the world we live in and how we interact with it. With global issues like climate change and migration, the study of geography has never been more necessary. The subject is often split into two routes; physical geography, which focuses on the earth and its natural elements, and human geography, looking at how we interact with the world and touches on areas like tourism and economics. Students who study Geography often go on to find jobs as cartographers, environmental consultants, planning and development surveyor and secondary school teachers.

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