COURSE OVERVIEW

Throughout a Politics A-level course students will gain an understanding of our modern society, through analysis of both our current political situation and structures, and comparison with the rest of the world.

Students will develop the essential skills of analysis, debate and communication whilst gaining understanding on how our society is governed.  Students will learn to interpret, evaluate and comment on the nature of politics and government.

Studying Politics at A-level is the key to understanding British society today!

COURSE CONTENT AND ASSESSMENT

Component 1: UK Politics

Component 2: UK Government

Component 3:  Comparative Politics

WHAT NEXT?

A level Politics is highly regarded amongst universities, with courses such as Politics, History, Journalism, Law, International Relations and Economics desiring students with an A level Politics qualification.  Studying A level Politics can lead to career in law, journalism, teaching, the Civil Service and a wide range of others.

 

Entry Requirements:

Level 6 or above in English and /or History.