If you are interested in developing your knowledge of the education sector and enriching your interest in human geography, then this degree will enable you to do both. In choosing to study this Education with Human Geography degree you'll cover a broad spectrum of childhood development activities that include the sociological, psychological and educational facets that influence the development of children alongside core human geography issues. Aberystwyth University offers you the unique opportunity to study geography in one of the most picturesque locations in Europe. Set on the coast of Cardigan Bay and surrounded by a great diversity of beautiful environments, including marine, moorland, mountain and grassland, the Department of Geography and Earth Sciences is uniquely placed to make the most of the stunning landscapes that surround it, providing you with a fabulous variety of fieldwork and recreational opportunities. You will study in a University that is ranked **top 5 in the UK and 1st in Wales** for student satisfaction (NSS, 2017). Alongside the core modules in Education, you will have the option to discover geographical specialism, opportunities and facilities such as: Current trends in Geohazards; Urban sustainability; Regional Development; Political and Cultural geography; Fieldwork opportunities in New Zealand, Crete, New York, and Ireland; Travel awards available each year to fund your own adventures (up to £400); Modern teaching facilities with the latest technology to enhance learning; Fully stocked laboratories with an array of analytical instruments e.g. mass spectrometers and core scanners of which can be used for fieldwork and independent study. Employability is embedded within all courses provided by us. Our degrees provide a solid foundation for a vast array of careers across a range of sectors. In a rapidly shifting global economy, our graduates are adaptable and able to draw on a range of transferable skills, ensuring that they are always in demand. The skill sets include: Enhanced mathematical and computational skills; Effective problem solving and creative thinking skills; Information technology skills; Ability to work independently and as part of a team; Time-management, organisational skills; Communication skills both written and oral; Self-motivation and self-reliance. Our graduates have, for example, found employment as environmental consultants, planners, civil servants, surveyors, and in education amongst many other things.