The Land Rover Bursary, run by the Society on behalf of Jaguar Land Rover, offers £30,000 and the use of a vehicle to make a challenging journey that promotes a wider understanding or enjoyment of geography. Established in 2008, the Land Rover Bursary supports a challenging journey that takes a team beyond their limits and boundaries and makes full use of the capabilities of a Land Rover. The recipient of the bursary will receive up to £30,000 and the loan of a vehicle. The bursary is supported by RGS-IBG Corporate Benefactor Jaguar Land Rover. The journey may connect with schools, local communities or research projects, but, whatever its aim, the team are expected to

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