Grants of £1,500 are offered annually for first and second year undergraduate geography students to participate in a fieldwork project led by one of their university lecturers. The Fieldwork Apprenticeships aim to give students the opportunity during the summer to work as a Fieldwork Apprentice for a number of weeks on a research project either in the UK or overseas, led by an academic member of staff at their university. Applicants must be UK nationals, be resident and studying geography as an undergraduate in a UK HEI and be in the first or second year of their Bachelor’s degree. Applicants must have the support of a lecturer at their UK HEI to participate in a fieldwork project. Applicants should demonstrate how opportunities to get involved in fieldwork would not be avail

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