Data collected in the field provides an invaluable contemporary
and historical resource that can form the basis and inspiration for further
Assist future students and at the same time enhance your
University entrance application and Curriculum Vitae by publishing the data from
your Barcelona geography fieldwork on this site.
Your coursework will be credited to you and will remain your
intellectual property. It cannot be copied or used in any way without your
express written permission. It will be published in pdf format, and encrypted to
prevent unauthorised copying and printing.
Data including text and images should be sent by email to:
Word documents and images in jpg or gif format can be uploaded
directly to this site by clicking here.
Please give your full name and school address, together with
your study title. We will inform you when your work is published, together with
the URL of the page where it may be found. Your email address will not be shown
without your permission.
Examples of recent student GCSE geography coursework ('How
and Why is Land Use changing in the inner city district of El Raval, Barcelona?'
by Jung Hoon Lee and Mitzi Laszlo van Harreveld, Kensington School, GCSE
Geography Edexcel Syllabus A) can be found in the menu to the left. Both are in
read-only encryption format.
A Level coursework examples include 'Has the Universal Forum
of Cultures improved the quality of life in La Mina, Barcelona?' by Ross
Jones and 'How and why does the quality of life differ between the Diagonal
Mar and La Mina districts of Barcelona?' by Niu Yi Qiao.