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Geography A-Level at The Warren School

Course description

Geography is a dynamic subject and very popular at GCSE level. The A-level in Geography offers you the opportunity to delve deeper into complex issues and explore the discipline of places and spaces and their interconnections. It allows you to develop numerous tangible skills that will prove to be prominent in the world of work such as critical and analytical thinking.

Entry requirements

As the course involves various skills, you will need to have studied Geography before as a GCSE and have achieved a B or above and a C or above in English and Maths.

Future opportunities

There are many options for post-18. Students can go onto studying various fields at university which is either directly or indirectly linked to Geography. Geography also provides you with an insight into a range of practical, social, economic and environmental issues. In addition to core geographic skills, for example field work and the use of specialist field equipment, preparing maps and diagrams, and using social survey and interpretative methods, you also develop a range of key skills that are relevant to many jobs and sectors.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact The Warren School directly.

Last updated date: 25 June 2015

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