A Levels are an important route onto a range of university courses as well as into jobs with great prospects.

A Levels are an important route onto a range of university courses as well as into jobs with great prospects.

It is important to choose the course or subjects and the level of study that is right for you. Your choice may be influenced by your future study and career plans, by your abilities and qualifications, by your interests and your preferred style of learning.

A Levels will suit you if you perform well in exams and you want to study a range of subjects - we teach 36 different A Level subjects.

You will study A Levels over two years. These qualifications are mostly assessed by exam, although some also include coursework.

A Levels are an important route onto a range of university courses as well as into jobs with great prospects.

Course levels and entry requirements

A Levels are level 3 qualifications. To study A Levels you need:

  • 5 GCSEs grade A* - C or equivalent;
  • a grade C or higher in English Language or Maths (if you do not gain a grade C or higher in either Maths or English, you will have to study GCSE or Functional Skills alongside your A Levels);
  • some subjects have additional entry requirements; these are explained more fully in the course descriptions.

Home Educated students with no formal qualifications will be assessed individually.

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