These are the main competences for which this degree will qualify you:
- An ability to communicate correctly orally and in writing.
- An ability to draw up proposals for the structuring of management of territory, and for locating services and activities.
- An ability to explain and report geographical knowledge and understanding problems in a multi-dimensional form.
- An ability to explain diversity in places, regions and locations and to understand spatial relationships and processes. An ability to connect phenomena at different territorial levels.
- An ability to learn and update abilities on a continuous basis.
- An ability to link and apply specific knowledge from the degree with other, associated areas and disciplines.
- An ability to use geographical information as a medium for describing, analysing, interpreting and structuring territory. An ability to express information in map form; and to draw up and interpret statistical information. An ability to use ICTs to analyse and report research results.
- An ability to work independently and in teams.
- The ability to understand and interpret territory and link the physical environment with social and human affairs.