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Geography A Level at Highlands School

Course description

You will make the most of local field studies as well as looking at the classic river studies around the UK and World.

7.3 billion people now, 12 billion people by 2040. Do we have enough food and water for them? Will resources run out? Will migration occur on a greater scale than seen so far? Will this lead to conflicts over resources?

Course content

2 units at AS Level, including:

  • Unit 1 Physical and Human Geography
  • Unit 2 Geographical Skills

2 units at A2, including:

  • Unit 3 Contemporary Geographical Issues
  • Unit 4a Geography Fieldwork Investigation

Entry requirements

Grade B or better in GCSE Geography

Assessment

By written examination

Future opportunities

  • Geography offers a path to university or other forms of higher education
  • Career paths after university are highly varied as geography is rated highly by employers for the range of skills that it fosters.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Highlands School directly.

Last updated date: 21 July 2016
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