Government and Politics A Level at City of Wolverhampton College
During this course you will study:
- People, politics and participation (AS)
- Governing modern Britain (AS)
- Ideologies (A2)
- Political issues: Ideologies in action (A2)
Are you passionate about discovering how the Government really works in Britain?
Are you interested in analysing events from the past and hoping to improve the future?
Are you keen to learn more about why people choose to vote, what the advantages and disadvantages are of first past the post and proportional representation, the impact of the Human Rights Act and European Court of Human Rights upon the British political system, the differences between Capitalism, Communism and Fascism and how it is possible for extremist governments to be voted into power?
Then this is the right course for you!
A Level Government and Politics is an inter-disciplinary subject that brings together the study of history, economics, sociology and psychology. It is an exciting subject that encourages you to question how particular governments have come into power and chosen their particular policies. It is a well-respected subject and welcomed by all universities and employers in all career paths.
To access this course you are required to have:
Five or more GCSEs at Grade C including English and maths (specified at higher grades depending on individual subject choices)
You will be assessed by examinations.
The skills you will learn from this course will enable you to:
Pursue a career in law, civil service, politics education, journalism, business, finance, intelligence work, publishing, archeology, museum work, heritage or the armed forces
Progress on to Higher Education, apprenticeships and employment
How to apply
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