A Levels are the standard route in the UK to universities.
To take into account
- 5 GCSEs or equivalent. - Students should also have achieved an appropriate level of English Language equivalent to 5.0 IELTS. - We provide English Language tuition for students who have not yet reached this level. - Minimum Age: 16 years
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Students can choose to study over one or two years. In the two year route, students take four subjects in their first year (A/S Level) and three subjects in the second year (A2 Level). On the one year programme, students take three subjects. It is also possible to study on an eighteen month programme, starting in January
Teaching takes place in small groups with a maximum of eight students per class – normally there are three or four students per class This allows students to benefit from individual care and attention from the tutor, and to avoid suffering in silence if there is any part of the course which is not fully understood.
Our A Level teachers all have many years of experience and understand exactly what is required to gain high grades. With places at top universities becoming increasingly competitive this is an essential ingredient of success. Applications for first degree programmes are through the central body, UCAS, and students receive one-to-one help in what is often seen as a confusing and difficult system. Assistance is given in choosing the most suitable universities and courses, preparing personal statements, and practising for interviews.
In our experience, many students respond well to a more adult and less regimented environment than is possible in a normal school. Moreover, as our College is relatively small, it is possible for us to monitor closely each student’s progress, and to react quickly to any problems they may encounter.
September and January.
Externally set national examinations
- Maths & Statistics
- Business Studies
- Government & Politics
- Art & Design
1. For all courses, a deposit of 20% is required towards tuition fees on enrolment. Should visa applications be unsuccessful, this deposit is returnable except for an administration fee of £100.
2. The remainder of the fees for one year courses are then payable in two instalments, a further 40% at the beginning of the first term, and the final 40% at the beginning of the second term.
3. For A Level Physics, Biology, and Chemistry, there is an additional fee of £400 per subject to cover practical fees.
4. Textbooks and exam entry fees are not included in the tuition fees.