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A Level English Language & Literature at Moseley Park

Course description


English Language and Literature is ideal for students who have a love for exploring a wide range of texts and passion for the nuances of the English language.

Course content

AS Level

  1. Integrated Analysis and Text Production
  2. Analysing Speech and its Representation

A Level

  1. Comparative Analysis and Text Adaptation
  2. Comparative Analysis through Independent Study

Entry requirements

English Language and Literature GCSE. Both need to be C or above, but grade A in at least one is essential.


Three units are examined and one is coursework.

Future opportunities


An English Language and Literature A Level is desirable for many university courses, because it tells a university that you have sophisticated reading and writing skills. All universities accept English Language and Literature for all types of English study, including Literature, Language and Creative Writing, from the Russell Group to our most local ones. However, the skills that you develop in A Level English will be relevant for subjects such as History, Drama, Media, Languages/ Communication Studies and Law.


One of the key skills that you will develop in English is being able to communicate clearly, but in a developed manner. You will learn how to approach a variety of audiences and the nuances of spoken language. In short, any skill you learn in English would help you in any apprenticeship.


The beauty of an English A Level is that it does not rule out any career! Any employer would happily employ a candidate with an English A Level, because it tells them that you have reading and writing skills that are developed and sophisticated. Aside from teaching obviously, you can get into writing, journalism, marketing, editing, proof reading, retail, social and community work.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Moseley Park directly.

Last updated date: 01 May 2015

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