Curious about places? Fancy the opportunity to study abroad? Then Geography at Newcastle University may be for you…
Sometimes it can be really difficult to argue that studying a geography degree is more than just colouring in, but not when all your friends go home for the Easter break and the second year geographers travel to destinations all around the world! These include Hong Kong, Borneo, Barcelona, Cyprus, Copenhagen, Berlin, and the USA
Here are 5 ways to make the most of your summer.
Fieldtrips, GeogSoc and Dissertations. Whether you are a human and/or physical geographer, here’s what it’s really like to study Geography at Newcastle University.
I am not going to sugar coat this. There is only one word to describe this semester and that is HECTIC. Throw away any misconceptions you have about Geography being a ‘soft’ subject with little workload. The contact hours will be significantly less than your friends but this is needed to keep on top of
Hello lovely readers! How are we all doing? I am so excited to be writing my first post of my FINAL year! (time flies eh?!). So I figured this called for a little reflection. The past two years at Newcastle University have been filled with countless weird and wonderful moments. Like the time I face