Geography at St Edward's College
Geography aims to provide you with an understanding of the dynamics that shape the physical, economic and social aspects of the world in which you live. It is one of the few subjects at this level that bridges the gap between arts and science subjects. Many A Level science candidates often choose Geography as their third A Level. The world is seemingly chaotic at global, national and local scales and the geographer attempts to look for a sense of order in both physical and human Geography. If you are curious about the world in which you live, you will enjoy Geography.
The course is mainly designed around the study of physical and human Geography, covering topics as diverse as plate tectonics, meteorology, population and food supply issues. Two papers will have modules based on fieldwork and the topics will vary each year. At AS Level the emphasis will be on fieldwork method and Year 12 will be completing fieldwork on fluvial geomorphology. Year 13 will require issue evaluation through practical experience of fieldwork.
B grade in GCSE Geography
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact St Edward's College directly.