At Oxford you will join a dynamic and friendly community and be taught by some of the world's leading academics about our planet's most pressing issues.
Oxford Geographers benefit from:
- Being taught by world leading experts in their respective fields;
- Small group learning in college tutorials;
- Opportunities to explore the cross-fertilisation between geography and other disciplines such as anthropology, sociology, history, political science, economics, earth sciences and biology;
- Optional courses reflecting the agenda-setting research specialisms of staff, tackling issues as varied as conservation, climate change, finance, diplomacy and war;
- Two fully-funded field trips;
- Joining a dynamic and friendly community of geographers - through collaborative work, field trips and the Oxford Geography Society you get to know your coursemates in a way that students on other courses may not;
- World-class facilities, notably the Bodleian Libraries , which holds a geography collection of over 28,000 volumes on its open shelves with many more held in closed stack storage, and our well-equipped Geolabs for practical physical courses and individual research projects; and
- Fantastic career prospects - Oxford Geography recently topped the table for geography graduates' earnings, boosting average salaries five years after graduation more than any other geography department in the UK.