Upcoming Collections events

Latitude: the astonishing adventure that saved the world - Nicholas Crane

[In-person] The story of longitude has captivated millions, but who measured latitude? Hear the story of the world’s first international scientific expedition, an extraordinary saga of surveying, mountaineering and murder set in equatorial South America.

November Associate Fellow online meetup

[Online] Join our monthly networking event for Associate Fellows, putting you in touch with early career professionals from across the world of geography.

EVC update workshop

[In-person] This course gives trained EVCs the opportunity to revalidate while looking at current issues and sharing good practice.

December Associate Fellow online meetup

[Online] Join our monthly networking event for Associate Fellows, putting you in touch with early career professionals from across the world of geography.

Latest news

Prizes for outstanding dissertations

Each year, the Society recognises excellent dissertations undertaken by geographers across the UK.

The geographers making sense of Census 2021

Census 2021 takes place in England and Wales on Sunday 21 March, with the data collected providing a unique resource for understanding population characteristics and distributions across England and Wales.

Congratulations to our new Chartered Geographers

Congratulations to our Fellows who were awarded Chartered Geographer status by our Council earlier this week.

Report finds geography ‘vital’ to UK private sector

Geographical knowledge and skills are vital to the UK private sector, according to a new report published by the Academy of Social Sciences.

Hidden Histories of Exploration

We are delighted to announce our latest online exhibition: Hidden Histories of Exploration.

Society statement on the global Black Lives Matter protests

The Society stands in solidarity with Black communities globally against racism and inequality, and joins the global calls to reaffirm that Black lives matter following the shocking and tragic death of George Floyd.

Young Geographers of the Year announced

The winners of the 2018 Young Geographer of the Year competition and Rex Walford Award were announced on Wednesday 28 November, after answering the question ‘What makes the Arctic unique?’.

Revision resources

With exam season well underway we'd like to wish everyone the very best of luck in the geography GCSE and A Level exams.