When we talk about learning from history, possibilities are limitless.
Some learnings are more practically applicable than others in guiding civil functioning in communities and societies. It is crucial to study the past in order for us to understand current affairs. Events occurring in our surroundings are outcomes of those preceding them. This makes History relevant to us, no matter which age we live in.

Course Objectives and Content

A Level History allows students to comprehend chronicled terms, ideas and abilities, learn about noteworthy people, social orders, occasions and issues, and break down various points of view. Typical A Level subject combinations with History include: History, Politics and Government; History, Geography and Art; History, Politics.
This course will take you through the time of global relations and ideological clashes that have formed the European Continent. Beginning with the French Revolution and the battle of the basic man against governments and monarchies, we will analyse the key thoughts of the Enlightenment and how certain components of humankind proclaimed the progressive thought that all men are made equivalent.

Skills Addressed
Critical thinking

Future Prospects

Numerous students who study History at A Level utilise their capability to advance to a degree in history or a related subject. The kinds of degree courses that require or acknowledge A-Level History include Archaeology, Anthropology, History of Art, Philosophy, and Politics. A history related degree is helpful for some vocations. These include educating, librarianship, publishing museums and wide range of social work
For more information contact us now, and our experienced members of staff will be happy to talk you through your options and find the best A-Level options for you.
Exam Board and Specification Code: Cambridge International AS and A Level History 9389