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Politics A level at Woodford County High School

Course description

Component 1 

Includes: 

Democracy, Political Participation, Party Policies and Ideas, Elections and Pressure Groups 

Component 2 

Includes: 

The Constitution, Parliament, The Prime Minister and Cabinet, Judges and Civil Liberties 

Component 3 

Includes: 

Approaches to Global Politics, World Order, Global Governance, the European Union 

Component 4 

Includes: 

Conflict, War and Terrorism, Poverty and Development, Environmental Issues and Human Rights

Entry requirements

Good grade at GCSE in English and/or History plus a genuine interest in current affairs and the political world.

Future opportunities

Politics is very well regarded by universities and pupils who study it acquire a wide variety of transferable skills. It provides an ideal basis for careers in Journalism, Law, Research, Policy Development, Local and Central Government as well as Politics.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Woodford County High School directly.

Last updated date: 06 September 2016
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