As the time for GCSE and A Level options nears, we will be sharing material and information about the benefits of choosing to study geography at GCSE and beyond, through our social media pages.
We’re also hosting an Instagram Stories takeover throughout the week beginning Monday 8 February, where we will be encouraging students to choose GCSE geography, sharing information on the benefits, knowledge and skills you can gain from studying the subject, as well as the potential next steps you can take. Two of our Geography Ambassadors will also be answering questions on our Stories about geography at GCSE and sharing their thoughts on why geography is so important on Friday 12 February.
Follow the #choosegeography hashtag, as well as our Instagram and Twitter pages to find out more.
As part of our mission to undertake research on the Collections, in collaboration with Wiley, we have recently awarded 11 Research Fellowships for 2020-21 which provide researchers with access to the Wiley Digital Archive platform.
Following the cancellation of this summer’s exams due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Department for Education and Ofqual have opened a consultation on how GCSE and A Level grades should be assessed and awarded in 2021.
A new report exploring the career destinations of graduates highlights the increasingly vital need for geographers in the graduate job market.
We caught up with 2020 Ness Award recipient Nancy Campbell to discuss what the award meant to her.
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