Physical Geography and Geology provides a dynamic understanding of Earth surface processes and their products in the geological record. You will gain a scientific appreciation of processes as diverse as climate change, glaciology and volcanic eruptions, and develop field and lab skills spanning geology and physical geography. Our fieldwork programme is supported by the fieldwork scholarship scheme.Career opportunitiesThe unique range of skills that you will develop in Physical Geography and Geology opens up a wide range of career options in the geotechnical and resource exploration industries, environmental monitoring, surveying and planning. These skills have made graduates attractive to employers in IT, management, teaching, marketing and banking.
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Entry Requirements For This Course
A-Level 2019: Range 112-120
Range not on Prediction -but on subject specific requirements (as below)
112 points (for 2019): If studying 2 Science subjects at A Level, from: Biology, Maths/Use of Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Environmental Science/Studies, Applied Science, Geography, Geology or Design and Technology, (EXAMPLE COMBI x2 BTEC Subsidiary Diploma (App Sci and IT) and one A Level in Geog OK)
Offer: 112 pts, min 2 A Levels to include Grade C from two science subjects. Excluding General Studies.
120 points (for 2019): If studying 1 Science subject at A level from: Biology, Maths/Use of Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Environmental Science/Studies, Applied Science, Geography, Geology or Design and Technology
Offer: 120 pts, min 2 A Levels to include Grade C from one science subject. Excluding General Studies.
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