The School of Geography offers a number of undergraduate degree courses with opportunities for field trips in the UK and overseas to develop your field skills, as well as opportunities to study abroad.
The school has a strong commitment to active learning with participation by students in tutorials, class discussions, group activities, and e-learning.
The structure of our degrees is flexible and there is a wide range of module choices available to our undergraduates, which cater for most interests within geography. We promote an informal, supportive and productive atmosphere within the school, which is renowned for the pastoral care offered to students.
View our course entry pages on the University prospectus:
The difference between Geography BA and BSc
The BSc course is more focused on physical geography while the BA course is more focused on human geography. Visit our frequently asked questions for more information.
A Q-Step ahead
We are one of 18 institutions in the UK to have been selected to participate in the Q-Step programme, designed to help provide the next generation of social scientists with the evaluative and analytical skills required to examine data, as well as enhancing their career prospects.
A specially designed Quantitative Methods pathway is available on our BA Geography.
How to apply
If you're applying for admission to a full-time first degree course (even if you already hold a degree), you must apply through UCAS.