ECONOMICS

A Level

Economics also introduces you to business behaviour and labour markets. You will consider the size and growth of firms, their objectives and the different types of market structure. 

Demand and supply analysis will be applied to wage determination.

Globalisation, international trade, the balance of payments and exchange rates will all be studied, before examining public finance, macroeconomic policies and the financial sector.

Career Path

  • Economist
  • Accountant
  • Financial Risk Analyst
  • Investment Analyst
  • Statistician
  • Management Consultant
  • Journalism

More than just a course

Economics is a fascinating subject to study because it is so applicable to everyday life.

Why has the UK economy taken so long to recover from the financial crisis?  Will the government be able to repay its mountain of debt?

There are very few subjects that you can study during the day and see the relevance of what you’ve learned on the news at night.

Unique Features

  • Develops an enthusiasm for Economics
  • Understanding of the economic environment
  • Uses an enquiring, critical and thoughtful approach to the study of Economics
  • Develops the ability to think as an economist
  • Uses and develops analytical skills
  • Uses and develops quantitative skills
  • Preparation for the responsibilities of adult and working life
  • Paid summer internship at a big company via the Career Academy

Entry Requirements

The traditional A Level pathway for those who may be thinking of University, Higher Apprenticeship or Degree Apprenticeship.

5 GCSEs at grade 4 or above, covering a wide range of subject areas. These must include English Language and Maths.  Two of the subjects should be a grade 6.

The course material is not only engaging and relative to our lives, but also very enjoyable.  The teachers are enthusiastic, supportive and motivate their students to achieve their potential. I would recommend Economics to anyone joining the College

Duncan Millin,
University of Warwick undergraduate