Bangor University Geography

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Bangor University Geography

Welcome to the Geography at Bangor University web pages. With an average 87% student satisfaction score in the National Student Surveys since 2013, Bangor offers a unique and vibrant place to study Geography. We offer two Batchelor degrees in Geography; BA and BSc Geography, a four-year integrated Masters degree (MGeog), plus a BSc Geography and Environmental Forestry degree. The BA and BSc Geography degrees are suitable for those interested in Human and Physical Geography, respectively and critically, the interface between these two disciplines. The MGeog degree covers the breadth of subject, as well as specific Human and Physical Geography themes. Our Geography degree with Environmental Forestry incorporates the study of one of the world’s most valuable ecosystems.

Our cohort of around 150 students is the largest group of students in the School of Environment, Natural Resources and Geography. Our team is involved in cutting edge research with other academic institutions, non-governmental groups and communities across the globe. In addition, the Geography team have fantastic links and are involved in engagement activities with local groups and schools across the UK; we champion science in society. On top of all that we are situated within one of the most beautiful places to study on our doorstep — see the pictures around the website. Please take a look around these web pages and explore how coming to Bangor could be a stimulating way to study a Geography degree


BSc Geography

Geography is a hugely dynamic and exciting subject that produces highly employable graduates. The accredited BSc Geography degree allows you to study the physical processes that shape our landscape and to understand how humankind interacts with the world around it.

Image: The Nant Ffrancon glacial valley; on our doorstep.

BA Geography

Geographers understand places and their populations, development and challenges. The BA Geography degree allows you study how cultural and socioeconomic factors influence the interaction between people and the environment and shape the world around us. Geographers are highly skilled and find employment is a wide range of industries.