Do you enjoy exploring key events in world history, analysing sources for information and considering the impact of previous events on our current society? A Level History is a fascinating combination of these approaches.
You will study the French Revolution, arguably he most significant event in world history, looking in detail at the reasons for it, the main events of it and the events that followed it. You will also study British history between 1851 and 1974 and will learn how the British society we see today was formed, including how it was influenced by and further developed the principles of the French Revolution.
A number of specifications will be changing and prospectus entries are based on information we have to date. This means that course content may be subject to change.
Examination and coursework.
History is an excellent subject for the study of a wide range of university courses including law, economics, business studies, philosophy, English, archaeology, politics and social sciences. If you choose to specialise in History there are a wide range of courses available leading to employment in all sorts of fields, including law, journalism, business, teaching and the museum and heritage sector.
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