Economics A Level

Science and Mathematics

Science and Mathematics
Science and Mathematics
We are only accepting one application per candidate.

What will you be working towards?

Qualification Type GCE A/AS Level or Equivalent
Qualification Level Level 3
Course type Full Time


Economics is concerned with some of the most important issues which affect us all - employment, prices, housing, poverty, the distribution of income and wealth, the environment and pollution, leisure, government spending on services such as health, education and transport, competitiveness, investment, productivity and growth, international trade and finance. In the aftermath of the world financial crisis and Brexit economics has never been more relevant


Students with A Level Economics gain access to a wide range of possible career and higher education opportunities. You develop and use a variety of transferable skills throughout the course, including:
• Collecting and analysing economic data from a variety of sources
• Communication and presentation
• Problem solving and evaluation
• Numerical skills
• Use of ICT
These skills are well recognised by and in great demand from employers and universities alike. Economics combines well with a range of science, social science and humanities subjects and may lead to university courses and careers in such areas as Law, Business, Accounting, Politics and, of course, Economics

Entry requirements

GCSE grade 6 or higher in Mathematics, and GCSE English Language at grade 6 or Higher. These are necessary as the style of assessment requires both mathematical skills including use of a calculator, as well as favouring those with skills in written communication.