Our Geography with Transport Studies BA course explores how transport contributes to quality of life, but also causes problems for society – an issue that has taken it to the top of the political agenda.
This is a degree with a distinctive employability element - you'll study human geography alongside modules taught by the University’s internationally renowned Institute for Transport Studies.
You’ll be equipped with skills for a multitude of careers in the transport sector and beyond in the UK or worldwide, including transport planning, transport analysis and economics, freight and logistics, project management, location planning.
Our graduates are in demand for both their specialist and transferable skills. You’ll build skills in presenting your ideas in reports and orally, in data collection, presentation and analysis, and in the investigation and computer simulation of transport networks.
- You’ll be taught by internationally renowned academics working at the forefront of their fields, who are passionate about the subjects they teach.
- The content of your course is shaped by our world-leading research.
- Fieldwork is a key part of all our geography degrees, where you’ll gain valuable hands-on experience
- Project work enables you to develop skills as a researcher, asking and answering important questions about the way our world works.
- Throughout your studies you’ll benefit from a structured support system, with a personal tutor who will offer help and advice about your approach to studying and how to become adept at independent learning.
A Geography with Transport Studies course from University of Leeds and the experience you'll gain here will give you the edge to find the career you want. Your course will give you the experience and knowledge that employers are looking for to help you secure a graduate job.
Studying geography opens up a wide range of exciting careers. Whether your future career plans lie in environmental management, journalism, the financial sector or nature conservation, our degrees are structured to ensure you develop the key transferable skills sought by graduate recruiters, skills such as: team-working, commercial awareness, report-writing, fluency in oral communication and presentation, numerical analysis, IT expertise and investigative skills.
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- Digital Geographies
- The Urban Age
- Global Geopolitics, Migration and Uneven Development
- Population, Society and Space
- Challenges in Transport and Mobility
- Transport Policy in Action
- Planet Under Threat
- 36 months
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We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- A-level: AAB preferably including Geography
- If Geography is not included then we would expect two A-levels from History, English, Economics, Sociology, a modern language, Psychology, Mathematics, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Computing, Law, Philosophy and Statistics. Offers exclude General Studies and Critical Thinking.
- GCSE: English and Mathematics at grade C (4) or above, or an equivalent English language and Mathematics qualification.
Living costs for Leeds
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Apply and win up to €10000 to cover your tuition fees.
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