You will need a minimum of 5 GCSE’s at Grades 4-9 and and average point score of at least 5.3. You will need to a minimum grade 4 in English Language.
There will be opportunities to visit external places of religious interest and engage with visitors from a number of external agencies.
As well as preparing a student for one of the variety of degree courses in Philosophy or Religious Studies, an A Level in Religious Studies
is of the same value as any other A Level. This can be used as part of basic entrance qualifications for a university course, especially
in the arts, humanities or law. Religious Studies is also a valuable subject for those intending to enter the teaching profession. Most primary
school teachers are involved in teaching Religious Studies and at secondary level there is still a shortage of specialists.
Many graduates use their religious studies degree to pursue professional and graduate programs, and eventually careers, in various areas including education, journalism, sociology, law, social work and medicine