Higher Education Destinations:
Studying A Levels Geography at OSFC will equip you with the skills to go into a wide range of roles including business, teaching and careers that require a degree in any subject. Geography courses at university can have an emphasis on human or physical geography and geology and popular BA(Hons) and BSC (Hons) degrees in Geography are available at a range of universities including Manchester University, Durham University and Keele University. There are also many related courses linked to Geography such as Humanitarian Response and Disaster Management, Logistics and Environmental Science.
GCSE Geography grade C or above is essential if it has been studied. If not, a 4 or above in English Language and GCSE Mathematics is essential.
AS Level 100% exam
A Level 40% Coursework 60% Exam
What Students Say:
“Geography is always evolving and changing which makes it extremely interesting to study. The skills that you learn are very versatile – from essay writing to map work – which gives you a greater understanding and ability to use them in further study. I have also really enjoyed the opportunity to go on so many trips.” – Charlie Jones. Charlie is planning to go on to university to study Geography when he finishes College.