Minimum of a level 6 in GCSE Geography.
About This Course
This A Level course will enable students to become critical decision-makers and informed citizens, who understand the role and importance of Geography as one of the key disciplines relevant to understanding the world’s changing peoples, places and environments.
Course Content & Assessment
Paper 1: Physical landscape and processes
Paper 2: Globalisation and shaping places
Paper 3: Synoptic investigation
NEA: Independent investigation
What could this course lead to?
Geography is both a numerate and literate discipline and is excellent preparation for university. Careers within environmental consultancy, regional planning, quantity surveying and GIS mapping require a geographical background. Students wishing to go into journalism, logistics, architecture and politics would also benefit from A-Level Geography.