Geographers are often at the front line of the world’s war zones and disaster areas and enabling people to update their views of the earth and its inhabitants.
Secretary General of the United Nations.
Interested? If not, how does this sound?
‘Geography graduates are highly employable!’
Times Educational Supplement.
If either of these appeals to you then you should consider an A Level in Geography. Are you interested in what can be done to prevent disasters such as the Asian Tsunami or Hurricane Katrina?
Are you keen to enhance your understanding of global issues?
Rather than waiting for the world to change, why not use your skills as a global citizen and go out and change it? Skills which will give you an understanding of this:
Studying Geography at A Level will give you all the skills that top universities and employers desire, ‘Of all the subjects, it is Geography that best draws together the techniques of research, planning, communications and presentations that employers demand today.’
Director, Transport Research.
Select a subject which will enhance and broaden your future possibilities rather than severely limit them – choose Geography!
|Qualification equivalence:||AS/A Level|
|Course contact:||Mr Herbertson|
|Additional entry requirements:||C in GCSE Geography and English Language|
|Suggested combinations:||History, Maths, Physics, Biology, English|