Geography explores the relationships between people, places and the environment. Our diverse degree has a strong emphasis on applied skills and career development. You can choose to specialise or maintain a broad range of interests, and a placement year offers valuable work experience. Plymouth is the ideal setting, giving you hands-on experience of a vibrant, historically-rich, urban environment surrounded by iconic rural and coastal communities and landscapes. You will learn from expert, accessible, supportive staff who are skilled researchers in their field. You’ll enjoy unique open access to our laboratory and resource centre designed for students studying science and engineering courses. You’ll also take advantage of a wide range of study abroad possibilities in Europe and the USA, as well as a residential field course in each year of the course. * Choose from a range of human, physical and environmental geography modules – our stimulating programme of geographical studies includes theory and practical elements. * Develop your understanding of the ways in which humans interpret, organise and respond to aspects in their social, cultural, economic, political and physical environments through teaching that includes lectures, seminars, international residential fieldwork, tutorials, information and communications technology and geographic information systems. * Learn from expert, accessible, supportive staff who are skilled researchers in their field. * Experience a valuable work placement programme, opening up a range of career opportunities such as consultancy, policy development and management, teaching, planning and conservation.