Higher Education Destinations:
- The University of York – Politics
- The University of Salford – Criminology and Sociology
- Royal Holloway University of London – Management & Marketing
- University of Glasgow – Philosophy
- MMU – Environment, Technology & Philosophy
- Voluntary Sector
The Civil Service
A minimum Grade 5 in English Language or English Literature
AS 100% exam
A Level 80% exam 20% coursework
What Students Say:
“Philosophy stood out to me as being a subject which offered the chance to explore interesting ideas and debates about things I had often thought about myself such as how we experience the world and the existence of God. I found all the topics covered in my A level course to be very interesting! The classes are always full of debates, where there is a lot of freedom to express your own opinions and thoughts on the idea or theory you are studying. Furthermore while the topics covered in the philosophy course aren’t always easy to grasp straight away, it is very rewarding once you realise you understand a very abstract concept! When I leave OSFC I want to go to Leeds University to study Cultural Studies.” – Ellis Hodgkiss.
“I chose Philosophy because I think it’s an intriguing subject which keeps you interested throughout all your lessons. It has also given me a new outlook on life as it provides you with knowledge on questions you’ve always asked yourself. Enjoying your subjects makes revision less of a task! I like the level of communication between tutors and students – they are never far away if you need any extra help or support.” – Mariam Inayat. Mariam is planning to go on to university to study Marine Biology after College.