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Level 3

EDX L3 A Level in Geography


By focusing on current global issues linked to physical and human Geography, you will explore the relationship between people and the environment. You will be encouraged to think critically about the world around you; to make decisions about the future; and to develop a wide range of geographical skills. A key part of Geography A Level involves field work trip/s for which there will most likely be an additional cost.

Topics studied in Year 1:

• Tectonic processes and hazards

• Coastal landscapes and change

• Regenerating places

• Globalisation

• Superpowers

Topics studied in Year 2:

• The carbon cycle and energy security

• The water cycle and water insecurity

• Health, human rights and intervention

Students will also undertake a compulsory Independent Investigation, which in previous years has been based on a 5-day residential field trip to South Wales during Year 12.

You will have the opportunity to work both in groups and individually to complete your work. Tasks are varied and are based around ‘real world’; examples which explain and highlight geographical theories and concepts. You will explore both human and physical themes with a variety of resources.


Minimum of 5 GCSEs at 9-4, including grade 4 in
English Language, Maths, and a grade 4 in Science or Geography.

Students need an interest in the world around them, particularly in climate change, water insecurity, politics, consequences of globalisation and responses to hazards. They should also have an interest in environmental issues.

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The applicable fees for this course, including any available discounts, will be listed in the information above.

How to apply

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Step 1

Set Up Your Account

You’ll be prompted to create an account which will allow you to log in to our Application Tracker website whenever you wish. This will provide you with important information and you can also track the progress of your application.

Step 2


Complete each step of the application form and then submit your completed form. We’ll let you know when we’ve safely received it with an acknowledgement email.

Step 3

Application Review Meeting

Before offering you a place at college, we’ll meet with you (either in person, by telephone or online). We’ll send you a link to our booking page where you can select a time that’s convenient for you.

Step 4

Accept Your Place

Offers will be sent to you via the email address you have provided. The offer will be conditional, based on predicted GCSE grades. You’ll need to accept your offer within 14 days to secure your place.

Step 5

What next?

Once you receive your GCSE results, you’ll need to get in touch with the college to inform us of them and start your enrolment process.


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