WJEC A Level History Level 3
Part Time Day
Blaenau Gwent Learning Zone
50% discount available to learners on a Means Tested Benefit
100% discount available to Under 19s dependent on course suitability.
Other fees may include any of the following: registrations, exam fees or any course materials
Please note, all advertised fees are for one year only, unless otherwise stated in the additional information below
04 September 2023
Infill to fulltime course
In a nutshell
This course covers a broad yet insightful look at the history of the world.
History is a well-recognised traditional academic subject which enables you to proceed to higher education or employment. Opportunities are available for history graduates in a range of professions including Law, Education, Business, Journalism, Media and Museum work.
This course is for...
...you enjoy researching and discovering facts
...you're curious about historical events and their impact on our modern world
...you have a passion for history
...you are interested in following the Humanities Pathway, the Law Pathway or the English and Writing Pathway
The following topics are studied at A Level:
- Unit 3: Social Change and Reform in Wales and England c.1890-1990
- Unit 4: Nazi Germany: 1933-1945
- Unit 5: Coursework - ‘There is more to praise than to blame in respect of Neville Chamberlain’s policy of appeasing Germany in the late 1930s.’ How valid is this assessment of Chamberlain’s foreign policy?
Students of History will have the opportunity to engage in masterclasses with prestigious universities, attend history summer schools and participate in a history based trip to promote wider understanding of this subject.
In AS and A Level History, there are facts and concepts to understand about how the society in which we live has evolved. But in studying the subject, you’ll also develop essential skills such as research analysis, evaluation and communication.
To enrol on this course, you’ll need a minimum of 5 GCSEs at Grade C or above, and a minimum of a C grade in English and Mathematics/Numeracy.
You’ll need to make financial contributions to the travel cost of educational visits. Typical visits would include local castles and heritage sites, as well as the opportunity to take part in a foreign excursion related to the A level History course.
After booking your course you have 14 days to change your mind and request a full refund. You can still request a refund after this date, but this will only be given if you meet the criteria from the college fee policy.
If your chosen course starts within 14 days of you booking your place, then the 14 day refund policy does not apply and any refund will be subject to the college fee policy.
All courses may be subject to change and cancelled if deemed not viable to run.
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