Geography

A-Level Geography enables you to understand some of the processes that are affecting the world today and that could affect our future. This dynamic course will give you a view on how the world is changing and the processes that produce change.


Entry Requirements

A GCSE in Geography at Grade B or above is essential.

 

How is the course taught?

Lessons are varied to incorporate a wide range of teaching techniques including lectures, presentations and group and individual study tasks and activities, alongside field trips and practical work.

 

What areas are covered by the course?

Year 1

Topics include Hazards, Changing Places and Coasts.

Year 2

Population and Environment, Water and Carbon Cycle, Global System and Governance.

 

How is the course assessed?

There are two examinations at the end of Year 13, along with an individual fieldwork project.

 

Career Opportunities

This course will prepare you for Higher Education and to progress into a career in Teaching and work with Environmental Agencies. It uniquely bridges the gap between the Arts and the Sciences at university.