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Geography has been taught at King's since 1854. Studying Geography at King's means examining some of the key issues facing the world today taught by experts in their field. These issues include climate change, environmental degradation, sustainability, global inequality and urban regeneration.


BA/BSc awards

UCAS Code: L700
Duration: Three years

Our BA Geography covers Development, the Environment, Urban and Cultural Geography, Geocomputation, Spatial Analysis and interactions with Physical Geography.

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UCAS Code: F800
Duration: Three years

The BSc in Geography and Environmental Science covers Physical Geography, the Environment, Geocomputation and Spatial Analysis.

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Our courses also are designed to develop knowledge about the world and make a difference. Our graduates have taken up careers in a broad range of sectors, from London's financial services industry to non-governmental organisations that work in areas such as development and environmental justice. 

Field trips

The hero image on this webpage was taken by student Catherine Munyarari on her field trip to Kerala, India.

Field trips are an important aspect of the King’s experience. The locations of our field trips are subject to national and university policy and take into account our responsibility to minimise potential environmental impacts. Given these considerations, locations vary depending on the national and international context.

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Explore undergraduate study in Geography

Hear from Tiffany about why she studies Geography

Meet Tiffany and hear about why she studies Geography at King's. This includes the flexibility of studying across the BA and BSc, and using London as a living example of urban and cultural geography.

Discover the Department of Geography

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