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Our ambition is for all students to have access to the highest quality teaching and facilities, achieve high grades, and to progress to university or employment and subsequently highly successful careers.

A Levels are prestigious academic qualifications that are accepted by all UK universities and many overseas. A Levels are two year courses with exams taken at the end of the second year. Some subjects may have coursework in addition to examinations. We also offer a range of Level 3 BTEC qualifications and diplomas (vocational courses), which are mainly coursework based and each course completed with high grades (Distinction) is the equivalent of 3 A Level qualifications. These qualifications are also widely accepted in terms of accessing Higher Education.

Courses

A Levels

You can see a complete list of the courses offered and read in more detail about each subject here. Students typically choose three subjects.

BTECs

You can see a complete list of the courses offered and read in more detail about each subject here. Students would choose one of these subjects.

Entry requirements

  • Advanced Level Programme & BTEC Programme
  • Requires IELTS 5.5
  • 5 GCSE subjects at C/4 grade or above or overseas equivalent
  • Aged 16-19.

If your country does not have a formal examination structure in your final year at High School, then you will need to supply us with a formal end of year report for each of your subjects. We use the comparison agency UKNARIC to compare your qualifications with UK qualifications.

How to Apply

Applicants from outside the UK are asked to apply via an educational agency. The main reasons we require the use of educational agents are to help pupils through the selection process, assist with paperwork, legalities and translation. There is a non-refundable £150 registration fee due when the application is submitted.

For more information on the Visa application process to study in the UK, please visit the UKVI website.

Alternatively visit the UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) website where there they provide up to date immigration advice and very useful international student experience information.

A Level course - Application Form
Pre-A Level course - Application Form
BTEC Level 3 course - Application form

 

Contact

Liz Hird - Student Admissions Manager UK & International Recruitment
t: +44 (0) 1743 260401
f: +44 (0) 1743 242735