Since I graduated I have been accepted for a position as a graduate management trainee at Enterprise Rent-A-Car. I loved studying at CCCU, as the facilities were excellent. I spent many hours in the Augustine House library, which contained all the books, and journal articles I required, as well as a large amount of computer facilities. The Geography staff were very helpful if I ever had an enquiry or question. The thing I enjoyed most about my Geography degree was the diversity of the programme and the different areas of geography that you could focus on. I think all the members of staff do well to integrate the students into a close group, making the CCCU Geography department a very close-knit bunch - for example the second year field trip to Malta.
My Geography degree has meant that employers have seen me as a diverse individual that can adapt into many different roles. Studying geography does not limit what you can do after your degree, but only enhances it. There are so many opportunities available with a geography degree, and not just within fields directly related to geography itself.