Practical Vs Theory
Develop your knowledge of locations, places, processes and environments locally and globally. You will learn about the complexity of people- environment interactions and understand some of the key issues facing the world today, such as climate change and migration. You will also develop quantitative and qualitative skills including observing, collecting and analysing geo-located data to apply to fieldwork and research. You will study:
- Water and carbon cycles
- Landscape Systems (including the study of drylands, coastal or glacial landscapes)
- Changing places and the connections between people, the economy, society and the environment.
- Global systems
- Global governance
This course is approximately 80% coursework and 20% exam.
I achieved A*, A*, A and secured a place at The University of Nottingham to study Theoretical Physics and work towards my PHD.