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Turn your interest in geography into a global career with The University of Queensland’s School of Earth and Environmental Sciences.

Study topics such as climatology, hydrology, biogeography, geomorphology, geology, mineral resources, landscape ecology, coastal and marine systems, urban geography, economic geography, demography, planning, and geographical information science and remote sensing.

Choose from a range of degrees including Environmental Management, Environmental Science, Regional and Town Planning, Arts or Science, depending on your area of interest.

UQ is #43 globally for life sciences (2019 Times Higher Education rankings), and highly ranked for teaching and research in the physical, human and built environments. The Shanghai Ranking Global Ranking of Academic Subjects for 2018 ranks UQ in the top 20 globally in Geography (13), Ecology (16) and Water Resources (20).

Our interconnected teams of earth scientists, physical and social scientists, environmental management specialists, health and safety experts, and urban planners work together to address the increasingly critical global challenges of a growing population, climate change, urbanisation, food security, conservation and natural resource management.

The School offers you national and international fieldwork and study opportunities to give you a truly global outlook. Map out your career at one of the world’s top 100 universities and join our graduates who are creating change around the world.

Find out more at www.sees.uq.edu.au

The University of Western Australia (UWA) is the highest ranked university in the State, and in the top 1% globally.

UWA’s high-quality courses and unique course structure are designed to set our graduates apart in the marketplace, and give them a competitive edge. Throughout your studies, you’ll gain practical, real-world experience and the multidisciplinary skills needed to succeed and positively impact society. That’s why our graduates are among the highest paid in Australia.

At UWA we’re committed to helping students figure out their study path. Our course structure allows you to personalise your degree and even change your mind along the way. We give our students the chance to study across a variety of fields before choosing majors in second year, allowing you to discover what you’re really passionate about.

With more than 70 majors to choose from and a range of direct pathways to professional qualifications, you can create a degree that’s as unique as you are. Find out more at  study.uwa.edu.au

Australia’s participation at the annual the International Geography Olympiads (iGeo) and student participation at the annual Geography’s Big Week Out (GBWO) are supported by the Australian Government.

The Department of Education, Skills and Employment works to ensure Australians can experience the wellbeing and economic benefits that quality education, skills and employment provide.

Department of Education, Skills and Employment's primary focus is to equip Australians - at all life and career stages - with knowledge, skills and attributes to live well, thrive at work and contribute to community life.

The Australian Geography Teachers' Association (AGTA) is one of the two organisations responsible for the Competition.

AGTA is the national organisation of Australia’s state geography teachers’ associations. AGTA seeks to: foster the teaching and learning of geography in Australian schools and enhance awareness of its applications in society; promote and circulate the results of research into geography education; maintain a professional network through which teachers of geography in Australia may express opinions on educational matters; represent the interests of its member affiliates on national education decision making bodies.

The Royal Geographical Society of Queensland (RGSQ) is one of the two organisations responsible for the Competition and looks after its day-to-day management.

RGSQ is a non-profit organization that promotes the study of geography. Since its establishment in 1885, the Society has brought together people from all walks of life who share an interest in geography. The Society stimulates interest in geography through a regular programme of lectures and trips, and through actively supporting geographical education and research.