• LevelLevel 3
  • FT/PTFT
  • Age group16-18
  • Duration2 years
  • Awarding bodyAQA

Overview

This course has been designed to help you understand the significance of historical events, the role of individuals in history and the nature of change over time. History will help you to gain a deeper understanding of the past through political, social, economic and cultural perspectives. You will study the USA 1865-1975, Britain 1951-2007 with a historical enquiry into 17th Century Spain to bring a chronological range of at least 200 years.

Course Information

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For more information call Course Information on
01642 333333 or email courseinfo@mbro.ac.uk.

This course examines:

  • The USA, 1865-1975
  • Britain, 1951-2007
  • A Non-British Historical Enquiry to Bring a Chronological Range of at least 200 Years

September - June

Entry requirements

You should have achieved at least five 9-5 grades at GCSE (not equivalents), including English language and maths. An average GCSE point score of 5.5 recommended (only GCSE grades for this score, not equivalents).

There are two 2 hour 30 minute examinations at the end of the second year and a non-examined assessment.

University Opportunities: Past students have progressed to study degrees in history, law, English, politics, journalism, art history, social and public sector development and education.
Career Opportunities: Career opportunities include teaching, political work, museum work, research, journalism and archaeology.

Tuition fees are free if you are a UK or home- fee status student and aged 16-18 on the 31st August before the start of your course.

If you are aged 19 or over, you may be required to pay fees depending on your residency status, educational background and personal circumstances. 

Many people qualify for free tuition fees, for more information please contact Course Information on 01642 333333. Additional financial support may also be available for full-time students.

Please click the apply now button at the top of this page which will take you to an application form to apply for A Levels, or you can download a full time course application here and print it out, complete the form and send it to the College. You only need to apply once for A Level programmes. After receiving your application form you will be invited to attend an informal interview where you will have a chance to discuss which specific A Level subjects you would like to enrol on.


If you have any queries with regards to your application or you would like further information and support, please contact our Admissions Team on (01642) 333601. Or if you have any enquiries about courses, please contact Course Information on (01642) 333333 or e-mail CourseInformation@mbro.ac.uk

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