A-Level Geography will help you develop a wider understanding of geographical issues, such as climate change, coastal environments, migration, and globalisation, while providing you with a range of transferable skills, such as observation, measurement, analysis, interpretation and reporting.
Hastings (Station Plaza)
During this two-year course, you will study a whole range of geographical topics, gain an understanding of physical and human geography, and become critical, reflective and independent.
You will learn more about the consequences of globalisation, responses to hazards, water insecurity, and climate change.
During your coursework assignments, you will have the opportunity to define a question or issue for investigation. The question will relate to any aspect of geography contained within the specification. The investigation report will show evidence of independent analysis and your ability to evaluate and present data.
This course will help you develop a whole host of transferable skills, such as observation, measurement, analysis, interpretation and reporting. These skills are highly prized by universities and employers.
A GCSE grade 5 in Geography (if taken) and grade 5 in English Language.
Once you have completed this course, you will achieve an A-Level in Geography.
Once you have completed this course, you will be able to progress to a wide range of university courses, both within and outside the geography curriculum.
There are a number of career opportunities available to you after your studies. These include cartography, commercial or residential surveying, environmental consulting, planning and development surveying, town planning or teaching.
There may be some additional costs during the course for trips and visits to further your learning.