History: Revolutions and Rebellion AS/A Level
The History Department is one of the largest departments in College and provides a stimulating learning environment in which students not only develop their knowledge and understanding but also gain strong academic skills.
You may choose from two different History courses. Each course covers at least 200 years. See also History: Democracy and Dictators
On this Revolutions and Rebellion course you will cover at least 200 years and cover both British and International History.
In Unit 1 you will study the Wars of the Roses and Henry VII from 1445 to 1509. Unit 2 is focused on the French Revolution and Napoleon from 1774 to 1815. In the second year of the course you will study Tudor Rebellions, 1485 to 1603 and produce a piece of coursework.
The History Department is a vibrant place to study offering many opportunities to extend interest in the subject, including day trips; opportunities to hear external speakers and lecturers as well as residential trips to Berlin and Paris.
Entry requirements: Grade 4 in GCSE English, plus grade 4 in History if taken; newcomers to the subject are welcomed.
Course assessment: Written exams and coursework in the second year.