Studying this A Level Geography course will give you the opportunity to explore geographical subjects such as tectonic hazards such as earthquakes, tsunamis and volcanic eruptions; glacial processes of erosion, transport and deposition; how political and economic decisions are accelerating globalisation; and the role water plays in supporting life on earth.
Depending on the degree you aspire to study and the career you wish to achieve, the A Levels we recommend studying alongside this course are A Level Environmental Science, A Level Physics, and A Level Chemistry.
DEGREES THIS SUBJECT COULD LEAD TO
After completing your Geography A Level, you could progress to study a degree in subjects such as global studies, geography, environmental sciences, politics, economics and sciences.
FUTURE CAREER OPTIONS
Potential future careers could include:
- Travel and Tourism
- Environmental Management
- Civil engineering
- Agriculture and Horticulture
Fully prepared for A Level Geography qualification from Edexcel.
We recommend that you have at least a grade 4/C in GCSE Maths, however, this is not essential.
Three paper-based exams, four days of fieldwork and coursework
In order to enrol in the course, please contact us.