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 Geography and International Development with a Year Abroad
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SchoolUniversity of East Anglia
LocationNorwich, EGL, United Kingdom
School TypeUniversity
School SizeFull-time Undergraduate: 12,715
Full-time Graduate: 2,925
DegreeBachelor
Honours
Co-op
Length4 Year(s)
Entry Grade (%)*
Prerequisites
  •   English 
  •   Mathematics 
Prerequisites NotesPlease refer to each course page for specific A Level and IB requirements.

Students studying for Canadian High School or Secondary School Diplomas, usually completing study in the twelfth grade, will be considered for entry to our undergraduate degree programmes. Most courses will require an overall score of between 70% and 80%.

For some disciplines, a slightly lower average percentage may be considered. Holders of the Diplome d'Etudes Collegiales (from Quebec) will also be considered.

Cost
National: $26,609

Tuition fee is converted from £15,300 and is subject to change due to exchange rates.
Scholarships
DescriptionCombine the study of human geography with international development to tackle the biggest challenges facing the modern world – poverty and inequality, food security, climate change, conflict, global governance, sustainability and migration. You will select modules dedicated to the development of regions of the world such as Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and Latin America as well as modules that cover particular geographical themes, such as People and Place, Urban Geographies, and Natural Resources for Development. In addition to specialised human and social geography modules, you can also choose optional modules from related disciplines including environmental studies, economics, anthropology, politics and media.

Field work and field courses are a vital part of the degree. In addition to field-work elements in a number of the taught modules we have a weekend residential trip in the first year, and a choice of UK and international field courses in the second year – past students have gone to India and Chile. In your third year, you’ll have the opportunity to gain international experience through our Development Work Placement module and/or dissertation research. Past students have worked for the UN in Cambodia, on a rural development project in South Africa, in Great Yarmouth on a climate change project, and in Tanzania on a government accountability project. The course emphasises academic rigour and technical skills whilst also ensuring strong employability. You’ll gain practical skills training, field experience, and IT skills including in Geographical Information Systems (GIS).
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