A list of university departments that have committed to the undergraduate fieldwork principles.
In December 2020, the Council of Heads of Geography in UK Higher Education Institutions (CHGHEI) agreed five principles that should guide departments in the planning and delivery of the fieldwork provision for all undergraduate geography programmes. This page lists UK university departments which have committed to these principles across their undergraduate programmes.
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University of Aberdeen
Geography and the Environment
Geography and Earth Sciences
University of Birmingham
Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences
University of Cambridge
Department of Geography
Canterbury Christ Church University
Natural and Applied Sciences
School of Earth and Environmental Sciences
School of Geography and Planning
University of Chester
Department of Geography and International Development
Energy Construction and Environment
University of Edinburgh
School of Geosciences
University of Exeter
University of Glasgow
School of Geographical and Earth Sciences
University of Hertfordshire
Geography, Environment and Planning
King's College London
Lancaster Environment Centre
University of Leeds
School of Geography
London School of Economics
Geography and Environment
University of Manchester
University of Northampton
Environmental & Geographical Sciences
University of Nottingham
Nottingham Trent University
School of Social Sciences and Global Studies
University of Plymouth
School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences
University of Reading
Geography and Environmental Science
University of Sheffield
University of St Andrews
Geography and Sustainable Development
School of Geography and Environmental Sciences
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