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30 June - 4 July

At Oxford, Geography is an interdisciplinary degree course which bridges the social and natural sciences. This UNIQ course gives you the opportunity to explore geographical perspectives on the interrelationship between society and the physical and human environment.

The course will be taught by human and physical geographers from the School of Geography and the Environment and will explore a diverse range of topics such as geographies of gender, smart cities and digital data, biodiversity conservation, heritage science, transport and mobilities, climate policies, transnational communities and geopolitics.

The course will be taught through lectures, practicals and fieldwork. You will get the opportunity to use the resources of Oxford’s libraries and the Ashmolean Museum. There will be time for private study in preparation for a tutorial at the end of the week.