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• You are curious about interactions from the local to the global scales
• You enjoy forming your own opinions about our influence on a range of contemporary processes from the natural and human worlds
• You are passionate about increasing your understanding of the complex and interconnected systems driving life in the 21st century
As a subject which covers so many of the crucial issues that affect the world today, such as climate change and natural hazards, there has never been a better time to study Geography. Whilst you may go on to study Geography at university, its facilitating interdisciplinary nature can lead to degrees in many fields, including Environmental Science and Politics. Geography graduates are highly sought after; employers prize the communication and analysis skills that studying Geography can provide. Graduates go on to work in a wide range of careers, including those in consulting, government sectors and urban planning.
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These alumnae studied Geography at Wimbledon High – read where it took them in the profiles below: