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Geography A Level at Sidmouth College

Course description

Geography A Level provides a diverse and in-depth insight into geographical issues of our times. It develops research and communication skills and enables you to understand more about the world in which we live.

Students will study a number of areas over the two years, leading to an A Level qualification in this area.  Four areas to study will include: physical and human geography, along with contemprorary themes and resources, alongside sustainability issues.

Course content

In Geography A Level you will study a variety of topics which will take place in the classroom and out on field trips.

The topics include:

  • Climate change
  • Flooding
  • Tectonic process
  • Demographic issues
  • Changing urbanised world
  • Development issues
  • Coastal landforms and their management
  • Sustainability

Entry requirements

Geography GCSE B or above.

If you achieved a GCSE C in Geography, you may be able to take the A level on the condiont of a  consultation with a member of the department.GCSE C on consultation with staff) andA* - C in English.


Assessment is carried out through examinations only.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Sidmouth College directly.

Last updated date: 21 March 2017

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