Our AQA GCSE Geography online course provides a great overview of its two main branches: environmental geography and human geography. You’ll get to explore social issues affecting food supply and economic development, such as population growth, migration and human settlement. Looking at the natural world, you’ll grapple with the causes of natural disasters and weather formations, covering volcanoes, earthquakes, rivers and more!
The GCSE Geography online course will develop your analytical and interpretive skills as you learn to read and evaluate diagrams showing weather and climate data and identify the causes of environmental change. For anyone wishing to study geography at A-level or university, this course provides the foundation knowledge of the relationship between humankind and the planet we inhabit.
The online course measures progression and assesses understanding with;
- Enables students to build, apply and review their understanding with worksheets and Quick Quizzes..
- Ensure understanding of the key concepts for the main topics with appropiate presentations.
- Provides complete specification coverage with a list of learning objectives.
1. Self Study
All of our GCSE courses are studied online with support from our specialist subject tutors. You will be given access to our online learning materials and e-books.
About our teachers
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Course structure – Self-study option
- Total course – 160 hours online
- Students are expected to study 6 hours per week, independently
Course fees – Self-study Option
- Enrolment fee: £80
- Course fee: £495
Instalments available over 8 months (Sept- April) –pay £46.90 per month (after
deducting the application fee)
How to Apply?
- Complete the application form
- Send a scanned, coloured copy of your Passport or Driving License email@example.com
- Pay the application fee of £200 (the application fee is made up of £80 enrolment fee and £120 towards the course fee, this fee is non-refundable)
The course is structured into bite-sized parts:
- The challenge of natural hazards
- The living world
- Physical landscapes in the UK
- Urban issues and challenges
- The changing economic world
- Resource management
There are no previous entry requirements for this course, however students are expected to have a reasonable standard of literacy.
Exam and Assessment
3 written exams
Upon successful completion of all the exams, you will receive a GCSE in Geography
More information can be found in the specification