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INTERNATIONAL GCSE ECONOMICS (IGCSE ECONOMICS)

ITS Tutorial School has offered top IGCSE Economics support since 2005. We are the only tutorial school in Hong Kong also licensed to run the International GCSE exams by Pearson. You can take both International GCSE and some GCSE subjects as well. Thousands of students have taken private tuition with our Economics tutors to date. You can either:



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Why choose ITS for Economics tuition or full-time study ?
  • Value for money
  • Easy accessibility – all lessons can be taken either here at our school or online
  • Flexible learning – choose when, where and how you learn
  • Individualized for YOU – pick and choose from our add-on services according to your needs
  • Fully qualified and experienced teachers from an official centre
  • Latest specifications – we are an official centre for this qualification
Why study International GCSE Economics?

The International GCSE Economics course enables learners to develop an understanding of economic theory, terminology and principles. They also learn to work with simple economics data and to use the tools of economic analysis. Learners apply understanding of economics to current economic issues.

The course provides a great foundation for students who aim to continue studying Economics at A-level or the IB.

The Economics international GCSE course is for the Edexcel specification and is divided into four modules, as follows:

A The Market System
  • Demand and supply
  • The role of the market in solving the economic problem
  • The labour market
B Business Economics
  • Production
  • Competition
  • Public and private sectors
C Government And The Economy
  • Macroeconomic objectives
  • Policies
  • Relationship between objectives and policies
D The Global Economy
  • Globalisation
  • International trade
  • Exchange rates
Key topics covered in the course
  • Allocation of resources
  • How the market works
  • The individual as producer, consumer and borrower
  • The private firm as producer and employer
  • Role of government in the economy
  • Economic indicators
  • Trends in developed and developing economies

Progression to A Level – International GCSEs enable successful progression onto A level and beyond.

How is the course structured?

You can find the Edexcel course specification here.

Assessment
Available in January & June

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