Did you know that Geography covers a range of highly contemporary issues such as urbanisation and globalisation? A Level Geography investigates how humans interact with their physical and human environments. Key topics include:

- Hazards

- Coastal environments

- Water and carbon cycles

- Contemporary and urban environments

- Global systems and governance


Grade 5 in GCSE English Language or GCSE English Literature and grade 5 in GCSE Maths. Grade 4 in GCSE Geography if taken. If GCSE Geography is not taken, then grade 4 in a GCSE Science will be essential.  

Our highly experienced staff will support you to explore a range of topics and the issues linked to these. You will enjoy developing skills such as the ability to read graphs whilst engaging in debates around key topics such as migration. Our outstanding teachers will aid you in exploring a wide scope of topics, and offer you insights into worldwide issues.

As a facilitating subject, Geography is widely welcomed by Russell Group universities. As well as Geography-based degrees it can support a wide range of other studies such as Biology, Business Studies and Economics

Good to Know

A Level Geography is incredibly relevant and deals with current vital issues such as climate change, migration, natural hazards and social issues.