A level economics provides students with a better understanding of the world around them. Students study fundamental issues such as employment, process, international trade and poverty. These ever changing issues make economics a dynamic and interesting subject.
This course provides an introduction to the two main branches of economics: microeconomics (the way in which markets work) and macroeconomics (how economies operate).
Students will learn how to manipulate data, interpret results, present arguments and to make judgements with justified recommendations on the basis of the available evidence.