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There are two possible routes to achieving an A Level in History. Early Modern History examines revolutions in early modern and modern Europe, with a particular focus upon the English Civil Wars and the French Revolution. Modern History examines the issue of rights and freedoms in the modern world, with a particular focus upon 20th century American history and Indias struggle for independence from British rule.
Both subjects incorporate a study of political agitation and parliamentary reform in Britain, as well as offering an opportunity for you to produce an independent research coursework project.
Early Modern History: Revolutions in Early Modern and Modern Europe
Modern History: Searching for Rights and Freedoms in the Modern World
You will be assessed through written examinations.
A good grade in A Level History is highly valued by all universities. It is suitable for those intending to study a wide range of subjects at undergraduate level but may be of particular value to those intending to study Politics, Law, Archaeology or English.
We have had a number of students who have successfully gained places to read History at Oxbridge as well as Russell Group universities.
A large number of History graduates have gone on to become significant figures on the world stage. These include such varied luminaries as John F. Kennedy, Sacha Baron Cohen, Gordon Brown and Shakira. History graduates work in a wide variety of occupations including teaching, business, law, retail, politics and the entertainments industry.
|Course Title||History: Modern or Early Modern A Level|
You need five GCSEs in the A* to C or 9 to 5 range, including
I chose to study at the College as it offered me the chance to study the subject I was most interested in and it has an excellent reputation, so I knew I could achieve here.
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