History - A Level
This course will give you an in-depth understanding of some the most important periods (significant individuals, societies, events, developments and issues) in our history You will study History alongside other A Levels
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What you'll learn on the course
Supported browsers are Internet Explorer, Firefox and Google ChromeWhat will I learn?
The other is democracy and Nazi Germany (the aftermath of the First World War, the collapse of democracy and rise of the Nazis, the terror state, anti-Semitism, Kristallnacht, the final solution and much more)How will I be assessed?
Each year, you will take two exams There is no coursework for year 1 (AS), but in the year 2 (A Level) you will also do a 3,500-word personal study on a topic of your choiceWhat may it lead to?
A Level History can lead to degree courses in Humanities, Arts or Social Sciences (in particular, the study of History and Law)Entry Requirements
You will need at least 5 GCSEs at grades A* to C (including English Language at Grade B or above)Course Code
If you’re under 19, you will be placed on a Study Programme designed just for you – to take you where you want to go We will support you while you study towards a main qualification, help you improve your maths and English and our ACTIVE LINKS service can help you find work experienceCourse Fees
If you’re aged 16-18 when you start your programme and you are taking a course leading to a qualification, the tuition and exam fees are free However, there may be additional costs for personal kit/uniform, books and trips dependent upon what you are studying