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As the new academic year begins, why not gift Society membership to the Young Geographer in your life?
For anyone with a keen interest in the world’s people, places and environments, Young Geographer membership is a valuable and enjoyable experience. It’s an excellent way to support a young person’s passion for geography, by unlocking lots of educational resources and opportunities to enhance their academic career.
There are so many benefits to becoming a Young Geographer, including:
A digital subscription to Geographical, the Society’s monthly magazine. This dynamic publication offers informative and educational content on a wide range of geographical topics, such as culture, wildlife, and exploration. You can also browse previous editions of the magazine online.
Access to the Society’s wide range of educational resources, designed to complement the GCSE, A Level and university curricula. These include podcasts, video series, and case studies.
Full access to our events programme, including our renowned Monday night lectures, themed panel discussions and bite-sized microlectures. You can attend live events online and also browse our catalogue of over 200 event recordings.
Digital access to all our academic journals – a perfect resource for undergraduates, or anyone embarking on research projects.
Online guidance on making the most of university and early career choices – everything from which university modules to pick, to case studies from geographical professionals.
For just £47, you can give one year of Young Geographer membership as a gift. All you have to do is complete the gift application form and send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also direct any queries to this address.
Young Geographer membership is open to anyone aged between 14 and 24, or anyone studying geography at GCSE, A Level or as an undergraduate, no matter what their age.
We are delighted to be partnering with the Royal Anthropological Institute (RAI) on their virtual conference, which is taking place online this week.
Area, one of the Society’s four academic journals, has published the first editorial from the new team of Editors, Continuing conversations: Reflections on the role and future of Area from the new editorial team.
We are delighted to announce that a range of continuing professional development (CPD) courses from Esri UK and Ireland, GIS24 and WSP have been approved to use the Society’s CPD Mark.
We are delighted to announce that the call for proposals for AHRC collaborative doctoral projects to start in autumn 2021 is now open.
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