Sometimes, perhaps when you are young and having to sit through classes trying to fill your brain with information that you think you are never going to need, it is easy to see education as a chore, something which you can’t wait to put behind you.
There are many reasons to study the sciences, and by sciences we are talking about the true sciences of Biology, Chemistry and Physics rather than some of the more recent applications of the word.
Although there are many advantages to studying more traditional subjects such as English, Mathematics or History, or mastering a new language, it is perhaps more and more often to subjects with direct and practical applications that people are turning. And arguably the one most relevant to the world today, is Business Studies.
When the word Geography comes up, people often think of studying maps and capital cities or perhaps landscapes and the forces which created them. But there is so much more to Geography than first meets the eye.
For many people, history is a dry and dusty subject, a list of dates and pointless facts about long dead monarchs and half-forgotten battles, all of which might seem fairly irrelevant to the modern world.