3 Reasons to study A-Level History
September 13, 2017 / Sharnie Carter
Are you thinking about studying History at A-Level? Then if you love learning about past events, choosing A-Level History is the perfect choose for you. Here’s 3 reasons why:
Boost your knowledge
This A-Level course will help you develop your knowledge about key political, social and economic features of communist rule in Russia during the twentieth century. This section focuses on the developments and changes over a timescale. You’ll also be able to explore how communism directly affected the lives of millions of people and gain a fascinating insight about The Cold War.
Gain transferable skills
Studying A-Level History not only helps improve your knowledge of the past, but it also helps you gain skills that are invaluable in many jobs. Some of these skills include analysing, researching, communication and problem-solving. You’ll also gain the ability to prioritise information and learn how to make vital decisions. This helps you to build a important skill-set needed for progression into university or a career.
Careers and progression routes
Our A-Level in History is exactly the same qualification as you would study in sixth form or college and will help you can the UCAS points needed for entry into university. There are a range of degree’s a History A-Level can allow you onto including Law, Politics, Public sector, Business and many more. This course is perfect if you want to kick-start your career as an archaeologist, lawyer or teacher.
Why study A-Level History with Open Study College?
- Over 60,000 people have improved their skills with us
- Study from home, at your own pace
- Shortlisted for an incredible 16 awards, and won 7 including Further Education College of the Year 2017 and Excellence in Tutor Support 2016
- Full support from your tutor
- Easy to understand course materials
- FREE XO Student Discounts card
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Boost your knowledge today on our home study A-Level History course.