Economics (A Level) at Roundhay School All through education from 4 to 18
A Level in Economics encourages you to ‘think as an economists’ and develop the appropriate range of analytical, questioning and reasoning skills to achieve this objective. In addition you will develop strong grounding in both microeconomics and macroeconomics, drawing on local, national and global contexts. It also encourages you to apply the concepts and techniques which you have learnt throughout the course to a range of ‘real world’ issues and contexts. This is very interesting and challenging course.
- Scarcity and choice
- How competitive markets work
- Market failure and government intervention
- Economic policy objectives and indicators
- Aggregate demand and Aggregate supply
- The global context
- Competition and market power
- The labour market
- Government Intervention
- Macroeconomic policy and performance
- The Economic Cycle
Economics is a useful qualification for entry into many careers. If you decided to study economics at University, you might progress to becoming a professional economist and work as an analyst, researcher or adviser to the government or a large financial organisation in the private sector. Alternatively you may pursue a career in accountancy or management.
To discuss this course, please contact our Team Leader of Economics, Mr S Ali
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Roundhay School All through education from 4 to 18 directly.