Geography AS/A2 *Fees payable* at Sheffield High School
What will I be studying?
There is natural progression from GCSE to A level. Contemporary geography is a subject which engages with the relationships of human populations with each other over space and time and their relationship with the environment at a variety of scales from the local to the global.
What skills or qualities will I need?
Students will need to develop a variety of skills which are very relevant to today's world of work:
Decision making skills
What does the subject involve?
Overall you need the ability to think 'outside the box' and develop the skill of bringing in knowledge from a range of subjects and applying it to a particular issue or topic.
You do not need to have studied geopgraphy at GCSE.
The skills you use in your geographical studies make you of potential interest to a wide range of employers.Statistics show that compared with other subjects, geographers are among the most employable.
You will go to North Yorkshire for three days todevelop your fieldwork skills in physical geography by studying coastal processes, landforms and management on the East Coast in the Autumn term of Y12.
How to apply
You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.