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.
Joseph Stenhouse was a member of the Ross Sea Party, intially as First Officer, but later as Commander of the SY Aurora during the ship's 283 day drift in the ice of the Ross Sea
3 August 2017
James Raffan circumnavigated the Arctic Circle to put a human face on climate change. His rare and insightful story touches the Earth's last wild places revealing the breadth of human adaptation and ingenuity.
20 February 2017
Kate Edwards is CEO and Principal Consultant at Geogrify, based in Seattle, USA.
Olly Bartlett is a PhD Researcher at the University of Exeter researching into how we measure ice sheets and glaciers using satellites, planes and drones.
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