What do I need?
5 GCSEs at grade C/5 or above, including Mathematics, English Language and Science. If you have studied History at GCSE then a grade B or above is an advantage but not essential. You do not need to have taken GCSE History to study A Level History.
Why Study A Level History?
History is a fascinating subject that allows you to investigate how key historical events and figures have shaped our thinking today.
What will I study?
Historical themes in breadth - The Angevin Empire
Depth Study - The Crusades or the French Revolution
In addition to the Year One topics which are studied in greater depth, you will also study the topic: Protest, Agitation and Parliamentary Reform. In Year Two, you will also complete a coursework task.
How will I be assessed?
Where can the subject lead?
History is useful for a whole range of degree level subjects including: Law, Medicine, Psychology and many other Humanities subjects.