Geography A Level at St Anselm's College
Geography incorporates both Physical and Human elements of Geography as well as the relationships between them both.
Usually grade B or above at GCSE
Two written exams at the end of the 2 year course consisting of short structured questions and ex-tended essay style questions.
Plus one Geographical Investigation based on fieldwork linked to any topic studied.
Geography allows students to develop an interest and concern for the environment, current events, the impact made on people’s lives and different places both locally and globally. Geography is the subject of the future. Students develop initiative and analytical
skills as well as allowing opportunities for handling and presenting data. You will be encouraged to develop enquiry methods and examine issues concerning many changes to the environment and their impact. These skills are transferable into different workplace
setting which are highly valued by employers .
In higher education a wide range of courses are available for good A Level geographers including Earth Sciences , Environmental Studies, Planning and Geology. Geography is a Science or an Art at degree level so links with all other subjects very successfully.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact St Anselm's College directly.