A-Level Geography at East Sussex College Hastings
During this two-year course you will develop a wider understanding of geographical issues such as climate change and migration, and develop a range of skills that will give you a wider choice in university applications.
During the course you will be able to build on your knowledge from previous study to gain a deeper understanding of geographical issues including population change, the coastal environment, rivers and flood management, world cities, development and globalisation, and plate tectonics.
You will also learn a whole host of transferable skills, such as observation, measurement, analysis, interpretation and reporting; all highly prized by universities and employers.
You will study a range of topics including:
- Rivers, floods and management
- Population change
- Coastal environments
- Food supply
- Plate tectonics
- World cities
- Development and globalisation
To apply for this course you will need to meet the minimum requirements of 5 Grade 5 GCSEs (including Maths and English) and have a Grade 6 in GCSE Geography.
There may be some additional costs during the course for trips and visits to further your learning.
This course is a high-profile humanities subject and would be good to study alongside other A-Level subjects such as History, English, Economics, or Law allowing for progression to university courses in Geography, Environmental Planning, Architecture, or Oceanography.
There are a number of career opportunities available to you such as becoming a Cartographer, a Commercial/residential surveyor, an Environmental consultant, a Geographical information systems officer, a Planning and development surveyor, a Town planner or a teacher.
How to apply
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