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    CUR-GPH-DEG | Undergraduate

    Articulate, trained geographers are in demand

    Investigate the relationship between people, place and the environment. Examine food security, population, energy, and the impacts of climate and political change. Geographers find work in planning, resource management, policy making and development.

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    Research and analyse how we can guarantee a sustainable future

    Understand the relationship between global and local sustainability issues by developing social research and analysis skills. Learn to apply international best practice sustainability concepts to find a career in the public and private sectors. 

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    Identify and apply international best practice to sustainability

    Study urban design, sustainable cities, leadership, Aboriginal sustainability, decarbonising cities and regions, climate policy and economics. Graduates find careers in sectors where social research and analytical skills in sustainability are required.

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    Use your skills to aim for a sustainable future

    Understand the relationship between global and local issues by learning to critique the impact of culture on sustainability. Apply climate policy to social research and analysis for public policy and commercial employment.

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    CUR-JPN-DEG | Undergraduate

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    CUR-GPH-CTF | Undergraduate

    Map out your future in geography

    Take your first step towards studying geography at a university level. From local through to global scale, you’ll explore the main principals of human geography and physical geography, plus natural hazards in both developing and developed countries.

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    Learn about society through literature, film, and social media

    Discover how cultures develop and are reflected in popular texts. Diving into the complexity of culture, you’ll develop critical thinking skills for problem solving and innovation. Through the lens of cultural texts, explore gender, power, and place. 

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    Discover how cultures are reflected in popular texts

    Work towards your degree with this head start in humanities. You’ll explore how cultures write about themselves in the past and present, through fiction and nonfiction texts. Topics include gender, power, feminism, and queer theory.

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    CUR-CHN-DEG | Undergraduate

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    Inspire your own students to wonder about the world

    With no prior geography knowledge required you'll explore the environmental, social and economic aspects of human activity. Upskill to teach about climate change, cultural diversity, indigenous perspectives and the need for sustainable development.