Are you curious about the world of economics and how it shapes our global landscape? The International A level in Economics hones your quantitative skills by tackling real-world economic challenges head-on. From dissecting global economic trends to exploring the economies of developed and developing nations, this course helps you better understand how economics impacts a wide range of contemporary issues. You’ll master essential skills like interpreting economic data, crafting extended responses, and apply economic concepts to real-life situations, preparing you to make informed decisions in our ever-changing world.
|International AS Economics, International A level Economics
|January, June and October
|1 year AS Economics, then 1 year A level Economics
|Weekly study time
|2 x 45-minute live lessons, 5 x 45-minute self-study lessons, 1 x 45-minute teacher-marked homework
|Approximately 100 x 45-minute individual tutoring lessons, 260 x 45-minute self-study lessons, 50 x 45-minute teacher-marked homework. Pace and level of commitment determined by individual needs.
For more information take a look at the Edexcel International Economics A level Specification: click here
|(105 minutes each exam)
|Markets in action (50% of the total of AS, 25% of the total of A level)
|Macroeconomic performance and policy (50% of the total of A2, 25% of the total of A level)
|(120 minutes each exam)
|Business behaviour (25% of the total of A level)
|Developments in the global economy (25% of the total of A level)
An Economics A level is beneficial for a variety of university courses. It’s commonly required or advantageous for programs in economics, finance, business and management, accounting, international relations, and public policy. The analytical and critical thinking skills honed in Economics are transferable to fields like law, politics, and social sciences. Whether you aspire to be an economist, financial analyst, policymaker, or entrepreneur, an Economics A level is a solid foundation for a wide range of academic and career paths, equipping you with a deep understanding of global economic forces and their impact on society.
Pupils looking to study Economics at university are advised to take an A level in Mathematics or Further Mathematics.
Our core A level subjects are taught in group classes via a combination of interactive self-study lessons and live lessons led by an expert teacher:
We have an even wider selection of A levels available via our independent learning and tutoring programmes, including: