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Geography is the study of our Earth’s features, including but not limited to physical, human and environmental processes. It deals with natural phenomena such as meteorology, oceanography and seismology. Geographers study the world around them on a local and global scale to solve issues that affect society such as climate change, population distribution and access to natural resources.
A career in geography means one thing: a life of exploration, discovery and learning. As a geographer, your child could travel the world while studying the subject from every possible angle - there's no better way to explore the planet than a career in geography.
Likewise, if your child or teenager intends to pursue a career in planning, consulting, or conservation, they’ll need a solid understanding of geography. The best way to do this is to study at one of London’s prestigious educational institutions that offer biology as an option.
Why study geography in London? Perhaps due to a love of adventure, exploration and passion. If your child is interested in learning geography in a vast city like London, it is certainly possible to pursue this interest in the nation’s capital. One option would be through studying one of the prestigious Geography courses at Universities across London such as:
- University of London
- Royal Holloway, University of London
- UCL (University College London)
- SOAS - the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London.
The popularity of university geography courses in London means high demand for geography tutoring in London among university students, secondary school pupils and even primary school students.
There are so many options for geography tuition and types of geography tutors in London that it's hard to choose. Would your child prefer a one-on-one session, or would group learning work better? Which slot in the schedule fits best - morning classes or afternoon lessons? With all these possibilities available nearby, finding the right fit can be challenging!
At GoStudent, we ensure that our London tutors are experts in their subject. You can be sure that your child is being taught by a geographer who is an expert in their field and who knows how to explain advanced concepts simply.
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Why study geography in London? Famous geographers from London include some who inspired Charles Darwin and those who paved the way for women to enter the field. Along with its rich history, it also offers fantastic career opportunities.
* David Livingstone (1813-1873) was a Scottish missionary and explorer of the African continent. While exploring, he found Victoria Falls, which inspired him to explore it further. He went on expeditions in Africa for 30 years until his death near Lake Bangweulu in Zambia, just short of completing his last expedition. His work with the London Missionary Society and medical work in Africa was monumental to many countries.
* Patrick Matthew (1790-1874) is considered an important forerunner of Charles Darwin's theory of natural selection but did not publish his ideas on evolution until 1831 - a decade after Darwin had already thought about it! His real contributions were his thoughts on the importance of geography in evolution and how it could influence or affect a species.
* Halford John Mackinder (1861-1947) is known as "the father of Geopolitics" because he was one of the first geographers to study major political trends through maps, including laying out the heartland theory in 1904. This theory states that whoever controls the central regions of Eurasia is in a dominant position, controlling world history through its influences over other countries and their views on how to trade or expand into new territories.
* Margaret Deacon (1933-) is an important pioneer of women in the field, being one of only a few female geographers during her studies. She had been studying ice cores and global atmospheric changes for decades while working at Cambridge University.
* Alexander von Humboldt (1769-1859) was a German naturalist who travelled worldwide, most notably through Latin America. He is admired for his research on geology and climate change and having many species named after him due to his work in natural sciences.
London isn’t just a great place to study geography at university, but it can also help your children experience geography outside of the classroom.
The British Museum has some great exhibits on global climate change and the history of glaciers. It's one of the most famous museums in London and can get pretty busy.
Some other museums that might be of interest to geography lovers include the Museum of London, the Earth Science Museum, British Geological Survey Visitor Centre, The Royal Observatory Greenwich and, of course, The Natural History Museum.