The surrounding region of our college is home to exceptional examples of coastal features with cliffs of white chalk and sandstone being affected for the processes of erosion and accretion. This gives you the perfect setting for studying geography. During this course you will develop a critical understanding of people, places and environments in the 21st century and grow your understanding of contemporary geographical concepts.
You will investigate issues with the intention of improving a problem and develop skills in recognising and analysing the complexity of people-environment interactions at all geographical scales. You will study the core themes of changing landscapes, changing places, global systems, global governance and tectonic hazards. This A-level will give you the opportunity to progress to university to study a range of degree courses in areas such as international development, geology, geo-engineering, hazard management, geopolitics and sociology, or into a range of employment opportunities.
GCSE Grade B, or above in Electronics or an approved Science subject. Grade 6 in Mathematics
5 GCSE’s grade A*-C or 4 and above, including English and maths.