The new school year has begun and the Society is here to help support you and your studies. Our website has a host of resources, materials and advice on the full range of geographical topics, and many of our animations, podcasts and case studies are available to everyone.
If you’re thinking of a gap year, we’ve got plenty of advice, expertise and training to help you prepare for travelling off the beaten track and get the most out of your experience. We also have a variety of grants available to help support you with any fieldwork you may be planning.
However, membership of the Society as a Young Geographer gives you even more, with access to all of our learning resources – perfect for revision at both GCSE and A Level – and the digital edition of Geographical magazine. Being a Young Geographer also looks great on university and job applications, as it illustrates your curiosity about the world and your commitment to geography.
Young Geographer membership is available as one, two, or three year subscriptions and can also be bought as a gift. Membership starts at £45.
Find out more about being a Young Geographer.
This month's issue of Geographical takes a closer look at child labour in the tobacco industry.
23 April 2019
From 1 January 2019, Fellows will be able to opt for digital access to all of our academic journals.
30 October 2018
The Society has supported 61 field research projects through its grants programme this year. Almost £200,000 of funding has been awarded to nearly 100 individuals from a range of institutions, and they have travelled to over 45 countries in order to carry out their research.
1 August 2018
The remarkable growth of Chinese cities in the last 30 years is the biggest, and possibly most rapid, process of urbanisation the world has ever seen. It has transformed China, its environment and people.
5 March 2018
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