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"You don't need to stay at School to study A levels"

Jessicas story

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Jessica considered staying at school but our unique A Level study progamme suited her learning needs. 

She followed a professional pathway which was linked to top fields of employment She completed her course in 2016 with good results and is now studying Law at Bristol University.

Our A Level pathway includes

  • Academic study skills to prepare you for university 
  • Employability skills workshops and internships to prepare you for your career
  • Pathways related to professional industries; with options in business and finance, social sciences, law, applied science and engineering, maths and computing or creative arts.

What are A Levels

A Levels are academic qualifications. Most students take three or four A Level subjects at a time.

How long do they take?

A Levels take two years to complete. 

Who are they for?

A Levels are assessed with a combination of exams and coursework, so are great for students who feel that they are quite academic, and are comfortable in the classroom.

Where will they take me?

Most students who study A Levels will go on to an undergraduate degree or foundation year or diploma. This will often be in the same subject as one of their A Level qualifications; however, this is not always the case. If you have done well in your A Levels, and have passed your GCSEs in maths and English, most universities will consider you for other subjects. Get some tips on revision.

University is not the only option - apprenticeships are open to students who have passed their A Levels, and with A Levels you can often access apprenticeships at a higher level than if you progress straight from school.