Why Study Economics A-Level?

If you're interested in how the effects of certain actions can be felt globally Economics could be a great A-Level for you to study!

A-Level Economics builds the knowledge and skills needed to understand and analyse data, think critically about issues and make informed decisions.


This two-year course covers:

  • Introduction to Markets and Market Failure
  • The UK Economy - Performance and Policies
  • Business Behaviour and the Labour Market
  • A Global Perspective.

What career could I do if I studied Economics?

An Economics A-Level is an appealing qualification for many careers in areas such as banking, marketing, human resources or business management.

Jobs can include:

  • Stockbroker: Average UK salary £24,000 to £125,000
  • Economist: Average UK salary £25,000 to £80,000
  • Financial Adviser: Average UK salary £25,000 to £90,000.

A number of former students have secured successful careers with prestigious companies such as Shell, Clifford Chance and HSBC.

Former students have also gone on to study degrees in Economics at universities including Kingston University London and City University London.

What other subjects should I study with Economics?

Economics goes well with subjects such as:

Why should I study at Seevic?

We have years of experience in delivering A-Levels, 46 in fact, and our Economics teachers are degree qualified subject specialists with many years of experience teaching. 

You will also get the opportunity to enter national competitions including essay writing competitions and trading games.

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Discover more about our Economics A-Level and our wide range of A-Level courses. You can also apply online.

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