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Geography at Goffs School

Course description

The course involves the integrated study of the Earth’s places, people, environments and societies.  The topics covered enable pupils to develop a sound understanding and knowledge of up-to-date geographical issues and to develop and use geographical skills.


Future opportunities

Geography is a unique course which develops a full range of skills, including numeracy, literacy, ICT, analysis, evaluation, decision making and practical field work.  It is therefore an excellent course for entering a variety of careers such as town and country planning, cartography, tour operators, travel agents, travel guide publications, teaching, vulcanology, hydrologists, research, weather reporting, environmental science, countryside management and many, many more. Overall Geography is rated highly in the city on peoples CVs as showing students to be well rounded, skilled and up to date on current issues.


Students who study geography at A Level can progress onto a BA or BSc course in Geography or can progress onto many related degree courses such as Geology, Geohazards, Development Studies, Environmental Science, Marine Biology, Town Planning, Archaeology, International Development, Meteorology, Climate Change and Disaster Response etc.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Goffs School directly.

Last updated date: 25 November 2016
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