You will normally study three subjects at A-level (or the equivalent number of BTEC/CTECs) but if you have very good GCSE results you may be able to choose four if you meet our criteria for this option. Students completing a T Level programme will receive a qualification equivalent to three A-levels. Our general entry criteria and study programme guidance can be found here - please read this carefully. Our highly experienced staff will be able to offer advice around any questions you may have.
A-levels are level 3 qualifications, mainly assessed through exams which take place at the end of two years. Level 3 BTECs and CTECs are assessed through a combination of modular exams and coursework at regular intervals during the course, with some including practical assessments or work experience. T Levels are equivalent to three A-levels and are assessed through a mixture of exams, coursework, and controlled assessment. When studying a T-Level you will also complete a 315 hour industry placement. All our level 3 programmes are recognised for progression into higher education, employment and apprenticeships, and our specialist advice and guidance will help to ensure you are enrolled on a study programme which gives you the best possible opportunity for outstanding outcomes and progression to your next steps.
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