Tag Archives: fieldtrips

Sociology: What nobody tells you

Here are some hidden gems Molly found out in her first year of studying Sociology at Newcastle University.

My Geography Field Trip to Hong Kong

Becky shares her experiences of a Geography field trip to Hong Kong.

Why Choose A Practical Degree?

Here are Katie’s top 3 reasons why you should choose a degree with practical elements

Why I love being a Geography Student

Despite all the stigma and jokes attached to Geographers which claim all we do is “sit around colouring all day” I wouldn’t change my degree for the world! Here are my favourite things about being a Human Geography undergrad. Few Contact Hours Yes so the jokes aren’t all made up. As a Geography student I
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Reasons to love Geography: Fieldtrips

Hello everyone! The Geography department travels a lot, and as a student I get  to see lots of the beautiful British countryside. The first year starts with a short, overnight trip to Hadrian’s wall and Vindolanda, where the main goal is to get to know each other and bond. Last spring our trip headed to the Lake
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Lab Work and Field Trips

Sometimes before you come to university, lab work and field trips can be seen as very boring and dull, however when you move to uni you can guarantee that you’ll take part in some fun ones that you’ll never forget! Here are some of the most memorable labs that you will get to undertake if you
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