Geography at Andover College
Geography involves the study of our relationship with, and impacts upon, the environment, on society, on other people and different cultures.
Over the course students develop a number of personal skills: how to gather and evaluate information, collaborative working, clear communication of ideas, the ability to define key issues and identify possible solutions and gain the ability to look at the ‘bigger picture’ of global issues such as environmental responsibility and global interdependence.
This is an ideal course for students who have an interest in the geographical, political and ethical issues that face the world today.
We undertake a number of field trips and excursions:
5 A* - C grades at GCSE including grade C or above in English.Interview Required: Yes
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Andover College directly.