A goodie bag will be reserved for you if you do! If numbers are too high, we may have to make this event reservations only so pre-registration will guarantee your entry.
Wednesday 13th February 2019
3.30 to 5.30pm
Open to all local Yr 8 to Yr 13 students (and parents/guardians)
The world is shrinking – find your place in it! The world’s population may reach 11 billion by the end of the century. Our resources are dwindling. Climate change will lead to major weather changes around the world. Increasing numbers of species are becoming extinct. Future wars will be fought over water stress. The world is changing fast.
Who will shape the future? Who will solve these momentous problems?
Geographers and geoscientists! Be part of the solution. There are many unfilled jobs in these sectors.
Meet employers and discover university places – speak to geoscience professionals and discuss your future.
Confirmed organisations include: Environment Agency, Wessex Archaeology, Structural Soils, Mott MacDonald, ESRI, Geological Society, British Cartographic Society, Etches Collection, Discover the World.
Geosciences, Geography, Geology, Oceanography, Palaeontology and Environmental Sciences departments are attending from the following universities: Southampton, Portsmouth, Exeter, Birmingham, Bournemouth, UWE, Plymouth, Cardiff and Royal Holloway.
Finding S6C (Tollgate Road, SP1 2JJ)
Parking will be extremely limited so please make alternative arrangements where possible. There is some available space in the public car park by Churchill Gardens on Southampton Road which is just a short walk away. There is no parking on site for this event, unless reserved for those with mobility issues – if this applies to you, please email email@example.com to reserve a parking space.