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Geography

 

Are you interested in today’s world and informed about current issues in our society? Geography involves the investigation of topical events in the news, including river flooding, disappearing wildernesses and problems of rapid population growth, the disparity between rich and poor nations and the environmental impact of energy production. Studying Geography allows exploration of subject content that is both contemporary and engaging, tackling important issues and the processes behind them.

COURSE OUTLINE

AS
Physical and Human Geography
Rivers, Floods and Management
Cold Environments
Population
Energy Issues
Geographical skills

A2
Contemporary Geographical Issues
Plate Tectonics and Associated Hazards
World Cities
Contemporary World Conflicts and Challenges

PROGRESSIONAL/CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Geography provides students with a unique way of looking at the world, providing an excellent platform for careers in Marketing, Teaching, Conservation, Research, Travel and Tourism and Management.

Exam Board: AQA


Key Staff

Mr Martin Childs

Miss Lucy Linton

Course Type

A Level

Course Category

Social Sciences

Duration

2 years

Entry Requirements

 

GSCE grade B in Geography if studied. Where Geography has not previously been studied, a grade B in another Humanities subject is required.

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