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I want to be a geography teacher, I am picking my options and I know geography would be good to take any other subjects that may help what a levels other than geography what degree(s) do I need thanks for the help
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You will need to do a Geography degree (or a degree with at least 50% Geography) and then usually a PGCE, although there are some schemes where you train at a school. Some universities also offer a degree in Geography and Education Studies (Durham for example) which you could look at if you are certain you want to teach.

Have a look at some universities to see what their entrance requirements are regarding A levels - You can do Geography as a BSc or a BA - it's worth having a quick look at the course content to see how they differ. Generally speaking I don't think there are any set A level for Geography - some unis don't even require Geography A level!

It's always best to choose A levels in subjects you enjoy - you will tend to do better.


You might find this page useful -

https://www.theuniguide.co.uk/advice...tudy-geography
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