During this course, students will learn about a range of pressing issues, such as climate change, migration, environmental damage and the widening development gap. Geography is identified as a facilitating subject by Russell Group Universities due to the level of academic rigour in the course and the wide range of transferable skills that students will acquire.Students will also undertake three examinations throughout the two year course based on physical geography, human geography and synoptic investigation. Students will also have a coursework component that allows them to select an issue or an area of interest, in which they can conduct a piece of geographical research using the skills they have learnt.

Entry Requirements

Students will need three Grade 5s and three Grade 4s including
a Grade 5 in GCSE (or equivalent) English and mathematics. They should also have a broad range of GCSEs 9-4 (A*-C), including
good grades in relevant subjects.


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NameAvailable AtStart DateAcademic YrApply
Geography (A-Level) (Level 3)Pendleton Sixth Form College03/09/202424/25
Geography (A-Level) (Level 3)Pendleton Sixth Form College05/09/202323/24

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