Do you know a student about to start their geography degree?
With the new university term about to begin, our Young Geographer membership is the perfect gift to support undergraduate studies.
Your Young Geographer will be able to learn about the full range of geographical issues and challenges, through attending our Monday night lecture series, catching up on the lectures online and attending a wide range of conferences, talks and events across the UK. Digital access to our monthly Geographical magazine and free online access to all our academic journals, will keep them up to date with the latest geographical research.
We also offer advice and inspiration to help with planning fieldwork, alongside our range of grants that support student expeditions and research projects.
So as they head off to university, give the gift of membership to the Young Geographers in your life.
Young Geographer membership has one to three year subscriptions available and starts at £45.
Not quite what you’re looking for? See our other membership options.
Becca Marsh, Maximillian White and Joel Chevallier take adventures to misrepresented places, beginning with a trip around the globe in a £75 car.
12 March 2020
The rise of the Irish diaspora.
Our response to the UK Statistics Authority's draft code of practice for statistics notes the essential role of geography in linking and contextualising datasets.
Chris Ewing is Head of Client Management at Aon Impact Forecasting in London.
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