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See what students, graduates and staff from our Geography and International Development programmes have been doing. You can tag your photos with #MyChesterStory for the chance to be featured here, or upload them below. (Terms and Conditions apply)

Geography and International Development News

Posted by Vicky Griffiths , Senior Marketing & Recruitment Coordinator
July 7, 2016

World Population Day: Understanding our planet

With World Population Day taking place, the importance of global population issues has been brought to the forefront. With approximately four births every second, the world’s population is growing at a rapid rate; bringing with it far-reaching implications for generations to come. So what does this mean for our planet?

Posted by Vicky Griffiths , Senior Marketing & Recruitment Coordinator
April 20, 2016

Chester Geographers get a taste of the Big Apple

As a Geography student at the University of Chester, there are plenty of opportunities to discover the social and physical landscape both here in the UK and overseas.

Not just content with providing a wide range of fieldwork opportunities as part of the course, we also offer optional trips to help you get the most out of your geography experience. So if you’re a geography student wanting to get involved in overseas projects with major companies and charities, then you’re in luck!