Cambridge A-Level Science




Together with learning how to work with mathematical data, you will also gain skills in autonomous, logical thought, accuracy consideration, mathematical scenario modeling, result analysis, and reflection. You'll discover how to use a wider variety of mathematical methods and strategies to increasingly challenging, unstructured issues.

Further Mathematics

This module is designed for advanced students who have passed the Cambridge International A-Level Mathematics test with a high grade, or who are predicted to do so. It can be studied in addition to or following A-Level Mathematics coursework. You can use this module as a starting point for any science or math-based course you want to take later on, including computer science, medicine, psychology, statistics, management, and actuarial science.


This session will open your eyes to the various components of the world, including the food we eat, the fuels and textiles we use, the manufactured goods and building materials we use, the air we breathe, and the tools we employ. Among other things, you will study about atoms and reactions, structure and bonding, alcohols, polymers, and hydrocarbons. If you want to study for a degree in any of the following fields: Earth Sciences, Environmental Science, Geology, Medical Science, Medicine, Optometry, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Sports Science, or Veterinary Science, this module is perfect for you.


This module contains elements of biochemistry, physiology, and ecology. You will learn about cells as the units of life, biochemical processes, DNA, and cells, amongst others. It is a great choice if you want to pursue a career in health and clinical professions.


This module will enhance your essential knowledge and understanding of physics and the applications of physics in new and changing situations. You'll learn about particles, electricity, mechanics, materials, quantum phenomena and waves, momentum, gravitational and electric fields, and magnetic fields, amongst others. This is the perfect module if you choose to pursue a degree in Biomedical Sciences, Biochemistry, Computing, Electronics, Economics, Engineering, Environmental Science, Forensic Science, Geology, Medical Science, Medicine, Meteorology, Optometry, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Sports Science or Veterinary Science.


This module will introduce you to economic concepts and theories through a critical consideration of current economic issues, problems and institutions that affect everyday life. You will learn about a range of fundamental economic ideas, including the price system and government intervention, international trade and exchange rates, market failure, the theory of the firm, the measurement of employment and inflation, and the causes and consequences of inflation. You will also study the theory of the firm, market failure, macroeconomic theory and policy, and economic growth and development.

Recommended Subject Combinations

Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Optometry, Bio-Medical Sciences

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Mathematics

Engineering, Sciences, Actuarial Sciences*

  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Mathematics
  • Further Mathematics

*For Actuarial Sciences, Economics replaces Chemistry