CAREERS and UNIVERSITY
|A geography degree can lead to a wide range of careers. On a national scale geographers perform well on the job market, with less than 5% recorded as unemployed after six months of graduation.|
AT OXFORD UNIVERSITY.
The link here will take you to an article written by a second year student reading geography at Jesus College, Oxford University. Read the article to read what the degree course is like and why David Bradford enjoys his life in Oxford. Remember this could be you. Email David with an enquiry by clicking on his name.
IS A LIST OF THE JOB AREAS FOLLOWED BY RECENT GRADUATES FROM ABERYSTWYTH
Travel, Tourism, Management, Environmental Services, Scientific Services, Mathematical Services, Information Services, Social Services, Hostel Management, Local Government, Retail Management, Civil Service, Customs and Excise, Estate Agency, Planning, Geological Survey, Hydrology, Map making (Cartography), Accountancy, IT Management, Market Research, Journalism, Radio, Television, Police, Teaching, University, Research, British Rail, Airline Management, Pilot, Industrial Management, Architecture, National Trust, Soil Survey, Oil Companies, Telecommunications, Publishing, Census Department, British Docks, Air Traffic Control, Advertising, Armed Forces, HM Land Registry, Museums, Medical Demography, Nature Conservancy.
|Choosing to do Geography at A Level - Personal Statement for UCAS Application|
|Preparing for a degree|
|Biographies of Geographers|
|Royal Geographical Society Biography of Keith Phipps|