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Humanities and Law

The Humanities and Law Pathway

Welcome to the Humanities and Law Pathway, where you will study a package of specific A-Levels Pathway which will prepare you to acces a range of degree courses at top universities. We have chosen some of the most popular degree courses and highlighted the best combination of subjects to ensure you can study the degree you want in the university of your choice. If a university course you are interested in is not listed, speak to us directly and we will recommend 3 A-Levels Pathway to suit your needs.
Welcome to the Humanities and Law. Our Pathway is dedicated to providing students with a comprehensive education in the field of humanities. We believe a strong foundation in these areas is essential for success in today’s world. We offer a wide range of courses designed to meet the needs of students and develop the skills needed for their future careers.

Where could the Humanities and Law Pathway lead you?

Degree

Politics

Studying Politics involves looking at how that power is handled and where the power lies within a country. During a degree course, you'll learn how political systems operate and will be encouraged to think about what works and what doesn't. You’ll also examine political theory, considering key questions such as the nature of freedom and the strengths and limitations of democracy.

Related subjects essential:
+ English Language
+ Literature

Related subjects options:
History

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Degree

Geography

Geography is the study of the Earth's landscapes, people, places and environments.
There are two primary disciplines in geographical study. Students explore the physical processes of our planet, such as volcanoes, flooding and climate change. They also address human issues such as sustainability, health and social justice.
Understanding geography is becoming increasingly important in today's world. Our planet, and humanity, face some of the biggest challenges we have ever known.

Related subjects essential:
+ Geography
+ English

Related subjects options:
English Literature

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Degree

Geology

Geology is a branch of scientific study focusing on the composition of solid earth and how its make-up changes over time. It gives insight into the history of the Earth by studying plate tectonics and past climates. Topics studied could include glaciers, floods, groundwater flow – even dinosaur evolution. Geology also involves the investigation of how minerals can be discovered and utilised.

Related subjects essential:
+ Geography

Related subjects options:
Chemistry
History

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History

A history degree offers a huge range of options that span many millennia. Students will have the opportunity to investigate practically any period or aspect of history that interests them. The History degree gives you the opportunity to explore the past from many different angles, as well as the interaction between history and other disciplines, including politics, anthropology, sociology, economics and archaeology.

Related subjects essential:
+ History
+ English Language

Related subjects options:
English Literature

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Law

A Law degree allows you to understand law in its historical and social contexts, and to examine its general principles and techniques. Students will develop skills in analysis, interpretation and logical reasoning, and will be challenged to interrogate questions of ethical judgement, political liberty, and social control. There will be opportunities to study many legal systems, including civil (Roman) law, EU law and international law.

Related subjects essential:
+ English Language
+ History

Related subjects options:
Politics

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Degree

Archaelogy

Archaeology is the study of humans and prehistory, conducted through the act of excavation and analysis. Students will be introduced to the practical approach to historical enquiry as opposed to history, ancient history and classics, which are often concerned with literary sources rather than physical remains such as jewellery, skeletons and ruins.

Related subjects essential:
+ History

Related subjects options:
Geography
English

Humanities and Law