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A levels

A levels are academic qualifications offered by educational institutions to students completing secondary or pre-university education right across the UK (and internationally too)

  • Accounting


    A-level Accounting will help you to develop knowledge and understanding of the purposes of accounting and apply this to a variety of accounting problems.
  • Biology


    The Edexcel A level in Biology has been designed to engage and inspire you by showing how an understanding of many contemporary issues requires a grasp of fundamental biological ideas. During your studies you’ll develop essential knowledge and understanding of different areas of biology and how they relate to each other. You’ll appreciate how society makes decisions about biology-related issues and how biology contributes to the success of the economy and society.
  • Business


    A-level Business Studies helps students:
    • develop a critical understanding of organisations, the markets they serve and the process of adding value
    • be aware that business behaviour can be studied from the perspectives of a range of stakeholders
    • acquire a range of skills including decision-making and problem-solving
    • be aware of the current structure of business and business practice.
  • Chemistry


  • Computer Science

    Computer Science

  • Economics


  • English Language

    English Language

  • Environmental Science

    Environmental Science

    This new specifications have been developed as part of the AS and A-level science suite or courses. The subject is unique among awarding bodies, providing a highly relevant interdisciplinary additional science option and is ideal for anyone interested in contemporary environmental issues, systems thinking and sustainability.
    These courses provide a foundation for the development of key scientific skills and knowledge to assist progression to further study and beyond. Career options include working in the STEM industries of engineering, food, energy, conservation and health, as well as non-STEM opportunities in media, leisure or planning. These draft qualification have not yet been accredited by Ofqual, but have been published to enable prospective learners to have early sight of the proposed approach to the new specification. Further changes may be required and no assurance can be given that this proposed qualification will be made available in its current form, or that it will be accredited in time for first teaching.
  • Film & Media

    Film & Media

  • Geography


    Studying Geography gives you the opportunity to travel the world via your studies, learning about both natural and social sciences along the way.
  • History


  • Law


  • Mathematics


  • Philosophy


    Philosophy qualifications are designed to give you a thorough grounding in the key concepts and methods of philosophy. You will have the opportunity to engage with big questions in a purely secular context. You will develop important skills that you need for progression to higher education and University. You’ll learn to be clear and precise in thinking and writing, engage with complex texts, analysing and evaluating the arguments of others and constructing and defending your own arguments.
  • Physics


  • Politics


  • Psychology