A-levels are internationally recognised qualifications that are required for entry into many university courses and professional training opportunities
A-levels are qualifications that are accepted by universities and employers around the world. It is suitable for students/learners who typically want to get a place at college or university at home or abroad, start a career and exploring the subjects they love.
About the Course
Advanced level qualifications (known as A levels) are subject-based qualifications that can lead to university, further study, training, or work. You can study three or more A levels over two years. They’re usually assessed by a series of examinations
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What grade do I need to do A-Level?
You normally need:
at least five GCSEs at grades 9 to 4/A* to C
at least grade B in the specific subject(s) you want to study
However, the specific requirements needed to study A levels will vary across schools and colleges. It's important to check what you will need with the school or college you are looking to study at.
Wish to know what you can do after A-Level?
Many people ask 'What can I do with my A levels?', here are some answers:
Here is a great place to start looking at all the options open to you.
Continue on to university – A levels are the most common qualifications studied to get into higher education.
Keep your options open if you’re unsure about what you want to do in the future.
Look for employment – they’re valued by employers because they show a good level of education.
Go on to vocational or work-based qualifications, such as a higher apprenticeship
Choice of A-Level Subjects
The most important criteria for choosing A levels subjects are:
Looking at what you are likely to enjoy and be good at. If you enjoy a subject or have an ability in it already, you are more likely to do well.
Are there any particular subjects and/or grades you may need? If you have a particular career, job, or further study in mind, you may need to choose specific A levels in order to meet entry requirements.