Geography BA, BSc
Studying geography at King’s enables you to examine some of the key issues facing the world today, including climate change, environmental degradation, sustainability, global inequality and urban regeneration.
In your first year you will have a field trip to Spain, followed by a choice of week-long international trips in your second year to destinations including China, India, Morocco and the USA.
All applicants of our full time BSc or BA are eligible for a £9,000 scholarship opportunity, including UK, EU and Overseas students. Hear from some of our students about why they chose to study Geography at King's
You can specialise in human or physical geography, or combine both.
Exciting field trips include Spain in the first year, and the choice of China, India, Morocco, and the US in the second year.
Our central London location on the River Thames and a stone’s throw from Parliament provides opportunities for fieldwork, engagement with policy-makers, as well as easy access to a wide range of facilities, experiences and job opportunities.
Hipsters & the High Street: an example of Urban & Cultural Geography at King's (video)
Careers – where could your course take you?
One of the most employable subjects, Geography opens up opportunities pursue a career in a very broad range of sectors, from London’s financial services industries to non-governmental organisations in areas such as development and environmental justice. Recent graduates have found employment in roles including: account executive, analyst, company director, executive risk assessor, marketing, public relations and further research.
Photo by Geography student Catherine Nyaumwe Munyarari, taken on our field trip to Kerala, India
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