Geographical : 2020-10-01

IN SOCIETY : 75 : 75


Study Geography at the University of South Wales Explore. Transform. Experience. Geographer­s hold the key to tackling the human and physical challenges of our planet’s future. If you want to be part of it, then look no further than the University of South Wales, where we are rated top in Wales and sixth in the UK for geography and environmen­tal studies courses in the Guardian League Table 2020. Fantastic Fieldwork We focus on the applicatio­n of theory through fieldwork. Our students have previously surveyed volcanic activity in Greece, studied Tsunami risk management in Thailand, and worked closely with local communitie­s in the UK and Africa on developmen­t projects.* Location, Location, Location We are in the perfect location for studying human and physical environmen­ts, with Cardiff, the Brecon Beacons National Park and Glamorgan Heritage Coast all nearby. Profession­al Recognitio­n and Links The leading profession­al bodies accredit our degrees and we have strong links with industry and public sector partners to ensure the best learning experience for our students. Open Days, Find out more at one of our book online now: *Additional costs may apply. For up-to-date informatio­n please visit our website. The University of South Wales is a registered charity. Registrati­on No. 1140312 The Geology and Caves of the Sultanate of Oman Oman Natural Heritage Online lecture from the Royal Geographic­al Society (London) and the Geological Society of Oman (Muscat). Lecture Live Broadcast on Wednesday 21st October 2020 London 1600 - 1725 hrs Muscat 1900 - 2025 hrs SPEAKERS: Dr Mohammed Al Kindi Mr Nabil Al Saqri Mr Abdulmunai­m Al Zakwani (Chair) IN ASSOCIATIO­N WITH The Anglo-Omani Society, UK The Oman Cave Exploratio­n Group The Geological Society of Oman The Geographic­al Magazine Details and free tickets from www.OmanGeolog­ Escarpment overlookin­g the Indian Ocean (Dr Mohammed Al Kindi) and ancient cave on Jebel Akhdar (Nabil Al Saqri) nigel@winserdial­ 07495 469941

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