- Welcome Message
- What is 6th Form Like?
- Which Path am I?
- A Level Course Detail
- Level 3 Course Detail
- Level 2 Course Detail
- How to Apply
What will I study?
At AS you will study rivers, coasts, population and the geography of disease. You will also learn about cartographic, statistical and ICT skills used in geography.
At A2 you will study world cities, plate tectonics (earthquakes and volcanoes) and the geography of conflict. You will also study ‘decision making skills’.
What does it combine with?
Geography overlaps with many subjects. The ‘Human’ side of the subject links well with English, Media, Business and Travel & Tourism, whilst the ‘Physical’ side complements Maths, Physics, Biology and Chemistry.
Where can it lead to?
Environmental geography is now a huge subject at university and degrees in topics such as
‘Global Warming’ can now be studied. Engineering, surveying, ecology and the travel industry are all areas suited for Geography.
You might be interested to know…
There is a compulsory field trip in year 12, and this will form a major part of the overall course. There are many famous people who have studied Geography at university and these include Prince William, Chris Tarrant & Nick Hodgson (Kaiser Chiefs)
There is no need to have studied this at GCSE level, but a grade A*-C in Maths and English would be an advantage.