English Language A Level:
- Language is both a creative tool for expression and a means for social connection. By studying A Level English Language you’ll develop a critical awareness of the world around you.
- You’ll be able to utilise your communication and analytical skills to navigate through your professional and personal life.
- You’ll also learn how to adapt your skillset for various mediums such as film, news or sales.
- A Level English Language will build on the knowledge you’ve gained in your GCSEs further and prepare you for higher education.
- Whatever you decide to study, if you do decide to, you’re able to draw from your English language knowledge.
- Most university courses will require some form of written element, even in the more practical courses. Being able to effectively and engagingly communicate throughout your work is essential to achieve those higher grades.
- If you don’t wish to continue with your education post A Level study, then it’s still a good choice. An A Level in English Language is highly valued by employers as an internationally recognised qualification in a core subject.