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History A Level at Chelsea Academy

Course description

At AS you will study aspects of British history from an entirely new angle. There are two units. One is a late medieval/early modern study of ‘The War of the Roses’ and ‘The Reign of Henry 7th’ while the other is an in-depth study of ‘Britain 1945-1990’. Both units lead to an exam.

At A2 you will study what happens to countries when corrupt, decaying regimes reach the end of their natural life. You will complete an in-depth study of the causes, events and legacy of ‘The French Revolution 1786-1830’ and ‘The Making of Modern China 1900-2000’. The former is an exam topic, while the latter is an enquiry leading to a piece of coursework.

Entry requirements

A grade 6 in GCSE English and a B in History is required.

Assessment

Coursework: 20%

Examination: 80%

Future opportunities

This course is especially useful for those considering university degrees or careers in many areas, including law, accountancy, journalism, education, librarianship, social sciences, social policy, public policy, philosophy, political science, international studies and museums or the heritage sector. All universities value History as a subject that demonstrates academic ability, no matter what subject you are applying for.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Chelsea Academy directly.

Last updated date: 07 November 2017
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