A UNIQ chance to explore this diverse discipline, bridging the arts, and the social and natural sciences.


At Oxford, the degree course focuses on the interrelationship between society and the physical and human environment. Your week of lectures and seminars will cover an exciting range of topics such as biodiversity, climate change, deserts, heritage, politics and transport. Based in the Department of Geography, you will also experience fieldwork in the city of Oxford and use the excellent facilities of the Radcliffe Science library for private study. 

Course Details and Requirements
16 July - 21 July 2017
20 places available
It is highly recommended for students to study Geography to A2 or equivalent.
Places to Applicants: 1 in 6
Typical Lessons for this course
Disease and the urban environment
Mobility and development
Stone decay in a historic city