Geography beyond A-level: a student's guide ( UK).

G. M. Lewis, R. E. Hebden, R. J. Johnston, R. Lee

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Given the variety and complexity of both institutions and courses, potential undergraduates in geography need clear and basic information on which to base their choice. An introduction outlines the skills to be acquired in a degree course before developing themes of the substantive subject matter which may be studied and the implications of securing a geography degree. Choosing the appropriate course is helped by knowing where courses are available and by having a clear idea of the criteria for selection. There is a discussion (illustrated with case studies) of careers directly related to geography, with notes on the career development of past graduates. -from D.A.Lewis

Original languageEnglish
JournalAmerican Society of Mechanical Engineers (Paper)
Publication statusPublished - 1985


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