How do I study the course? Online.
Where can I study from? UK.
How long is the course? 1 or 2 years.
Are there entry requirements? No.
What certificate do I get? Edexcel A-Level Economics
What can I do with the qualification? Study degree qualifications or higher level Diplomas.
What level is the course? Equivalent to Level 3 Diplomas, USA Advanced Placement Program, Matriculation Certificate.
Are exams included? No, you have to book these separately.
When can I start? At any time.
Your online Edexcel A-Level Economics course will come with full tutor support for the length of your studies. You will have access through an online learning portal to all materials and information that you need to study and learn in preparation for your examinations.
The course materials have been specially written to enable students to self study the course. You can work through the syllabus at a pace and rate that suits you. Within the course, there is a combination of interactive elements, reading and self assessment questions for students to enjoy and work through as they progress their studies.
You can opt to study this A Level course over 1 year or 2. Fast tracking your learning is the best way to get your results quickly ready for University. If one year isn’t enough for your studies, you can extend your learning time for free.
Examinations for Edexcel A-Level Economics are held every year in the June examination period. If you need more help or advice regarding studying this course, contact one of our helpful team for more assistance.
Edexcel A-Level Economics Syllabus
This course will cover the following areas of study:
Theme 1: Introduction to markets and market failure
1: Nature of economics
2: How markets work
3: Market failure
4: Government intervention
Theme 2: The UK economy performance and policies
1: Measures of economic performance
2: Aggregate demand
3: Aggregate supply
4: National income
5: Economic growth
6: Macroeconomic objectives and policy
Theme 3: Business behaviour and the labour market
1: Business growth
2: Business objectives
3: Revenues, costs and profits
4: Market structures
5: Labour market
6: Government intervention
Theme 4: A Global perspective
1: International economics
2: Poverty and inequality
3: Emerging and developing economies
4: The financial sector
5: Role of the state in the macro economy
A Level Economics works well with:
If you need more UCAS points to enable you to go to University, these A Levels work well with Economics:
- Edexcel A-Level examinations can out in the UK or Internationally.
- Examination period is in the June examination period.
- Edexcel A-Level Economics course code: 9EC0 (Economics A).