Covering physical landscapes, the natural environment and global change, our Geography BSc course can show you how our world is changing. Having taught Geography for over 40 years, Coventry is ranked as one of top 15 universities in the UK for ‘Geography and Environmental Studies’ in the Guardian University Guide 2018. This course focuses on the dynamics of physical landscapes and their links with people and places. We will cover the natural environment – landforms, glaciers, rivers and oceans, together with the atmosphere, hydrosphere, biosphere and geosphere. You should seek new insight into global issues, such as environmental change, climate change, sustainability and pollution. We offer a common first year across our three Geography degrees, so you will touch upon topics covered in the other two degrees, namely human geography (BA Geography) and natural hazards (BSc Geography and Natural Hazards). All three degrees have fieldwork, both here in the UK and overseas, embedded within them. Past students have studied natural and cultural landscapes in the Lake District and the processes of change in human and physical environments. They have put into practice various physical geography field techniques in Dorset, examining themes such as climate change, sea level rise and environmental gradients, and considered a range of environmental management issues in Morocco.