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Economics A-Level at The McAuley Catholic High School

Course description

2013 has seen unprecedented events in the world of Economics. Questions such as: What does the credit crunch actually mean? Why has it happened? Why do prices rise? Why is the Government using ‘austerity’? All these questions and more will be answered when you study economics. Using a variety of learning experiences, you will gain a wider appreciation of current affairs and the world around you. These are crucial in shaping a successful academic approach to Economics at A Level and beyond.

Entry requirements

Minimum of Grade B in Mathematics and English (Literature or Language) at GCSE

Future opportunities

A number of McAuley students have gone on to degree level study in Economics, PPE, Business Management, Accounting and Finance, Law, Marketing, PR, Human Resources and other joint honours and business related degrees.

Variety of career paths as with degrees in other highly rated academic subjects. In particular: Economics, Business Management, Law, Banking, Accountancy, Finance, Journalism etc.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact The McAuley Catholic High School directly.

Last updated date: 15 June 2015

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