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Course Department

Course Level

Course Mode

COURSE TITLE
STUDY TYPE LEVEL START DATE DURATION
A-Levels (Full-Time)
Full-time 3 2nd Sep 2019 2 Years

Campus: Milnthorpe Road Campus (MRC)

Our A-Level students have progressed on to a variety of Russell Group Universities, full-time employment and higher-level apprenticeships. We also have experience of preparing students for Oxbridge applications. In 2018, 100% of students passed, with 83% achieving A*-C.

Accounting A-Level
Part-time 3 2nd Sep 2019 2 Years

Campus: Milnthorpe Road Campus (MRC)

Whether you want to work for big business, be the next Richard Branson or be in charge of your own business, knowledge of financial management is essential. This A-level Accounting course equips you with the knowledge and skills to be able to assess the performance of all types of business organisations.

Art & Design A-Level
Part-time 3 2nd Sep 2019 2 Years

Campus: Arts & Media Campus (AMC)

Art & Design at A-Level provides students with the opportunity to learn and develop a range of skills in relation to drawing, painting, sculpture and mixed media. This is taught initially through a six-week induction period at the beginning of the first year, and then through personal responses to unit themes and externally set assignments provided by the exam board.

Biology A-Level
Part-time 3 2nd Sep 2019 2 Years

Campus: Milnthorpe Road Campus (MRC)

The course includes a wide range of topics in Biology, and will be taught through theory sessions, practical activities, learning games and online activities.

Business A-Level
Part-time 3 2nd Sep 2019 2 Years

Campus: Milnthorpe Road Campus (MRC)

A-Level Business will demonstrate the interrelated nature of Business using different business models, theories and techniques to support analysis of the modern business environment, issues and situations that impact on business.

Chemistry A-Level
Part-time 3 2nd Sep 2019 2 Years

Campus: Milnthorpe Road Campus (MRC)

The course includes a wide range of topics in Chemistry, and will be taught through theory sessions, practical activities, learning games and online activities.

Computing A-Level
Part-time 3 2nd Sep 2019 2 Years

Campus: Milnthorpe Road Campus (MRC)

Computer Science is about understanding computer systems and networks at a deep level.Computer Science aspects of theory and experimentation are drawn from Maths and Science respectively, and it is an excellent supplementary A-Level for a range of subjects.

Economics A-Level
Part-time 3 2nd Sep 2019 2 Years

Campus: Milnthorpe Road Campus (MRC)

A-Level Economics will give you the opportunity to examine a range of topics such as economic performance, market failure, income distribution and understanding the UK and global economy.

English Language A-Level
Part-time 3 2nd Sep 2019 2 Years

Campus: Milnthorpe Road Campus (MRC)

A-Level English Language explores the study of English Language both as a medium of communication and as a topic in its own right, with an emphasis on the opportunity for students to pursue lines of enquiry, analyse texts produced by others and debate different views.

English Literature A-Level
Part-time 3 2nd Sep 2019 2 Years

Campus: Milnthorpe Road Campus (MRC)

This is an ideal choice for anyone who loves reading and books. You will study an exciting variety of texts, writers and genres from different historical periods ranging from iconic Shakespearean dramas to novels written in the past ten years.

French A-Level
Part-time 3 2nd Sep 2019 2 Years

Campus: Milnthorpe Road Campus (MRC)

A-Level French is a good foundation for a variety of careers. This course aims to equip you to deal with everyday social and work situations in French-speaking countries. The course covers French Language and culture.

Further Maths A-Level
Part-time 3 2nd Sep 2019 2 Years

Campus: Milnthorpe Road Campus (MRC)

This course is designed to be taken in tandem with AS/A2 mathematics, with both AS courses to be sat in year 1. Both courses follow the new specification beginning in the 17/18 year.

Geography A-Level
Part-time 3 2nd Sep 2019 2 Years

Campus: Milnthorpe Road Campus (MRC)

The course includes a wide range of topics focussing on how human and physical processes have shaped our world. These will be taught through a variety of theory sessions, practical activities, fieldwork and multi-media resources.

History A-Level
Part-time 3 2nd Sep 2019 2 Years

Campus: Milnthorpe Road Campus (MRC)

A-Level History is fascinating and is well respected by employers and universities as a challenging academic subject. History is quite simply the study of the past. There is of course rather a lot of past to discover and learn about as the past itself is infinitely complicated. Even looking at a period which on the face of it seems simple, can yield surprises.

Law A-Level
Part-time 3 2nd Sep 2019 2 Years

Campus: Milnthorpe Road Campus (MRC)

A-Level Law is an inspiring and academically demanding course. In addition to learning challenging substantive law, many students enjoy the practical application of the subject, which develops their problem-solving skills and encourages a critical evaluation of material encountered in their everyday lives.

Mathematics A-Level
Part-time 3 2nd Sep 2019 2 Years

Campus: Milnthorpe Road Campus (MRC)

This course provides a thorough grounding in the mathematical tools and techniques often needed in the workplace. The logic and reasoning skills developed by studying A-Level Maths make sure the qualification is widely respected even in non-mathematical arenas.

Music A-Level
Part-time 3 2nd Sep 2019 2 Years

Campus: Arts & Media Campus (AMC)

If you have a keen interest in music or are looking to pursue a career in music, A Level Music teaches students to develop performance and composition skills and to further develop knowledge of a variety of music including classical, film, jazz and popular music. The course is designed to extend the skills of performing, composing and listening. Throughout the course students also develop skills in the handling of music technology.

Philosophy A-Level
Part-time 3 2nd Sep 2019 2 Years

Campus: Milnthorpe Road Campus (MRC)

A-Level Philosophy is an introduction to philosophical thinking and the subject matter of philosophy. It is designed to give you a thorough grounding in the fundamental concepts and methods of philosophy and introduce you to the fascinating study of thought itself.

Photography A-Level
Part-time 3 2nd Sep 2019 2 Years

Campus: Arts & Media Campus (AMC)

A-Level photography offers an ideal pathway for students wishing to pursue a career in media, the arts, pure photography or related areas. Photography offers a rewarding and challenging area in which to work and nationally there has been a growing interest in studying the subject, reflecting an increased awareness of the role of images and the media in the world today.

Physics A-Level
Part-time 3 2nd Sep 2019 2 Years

Campus: Milnthorpe Road Campus (MRC)

The course includes a wide range of topics in Physics and will be taught through theory sessions, practical activities, learning games and online activities.

Politics A-Level
Part-time 3 2nd Sep 2019 2 Years

Campus: Milnthorpe Road Campus (MRC)

AQA's Government and Politics will enable students to develop a wide range of skills including the ability to comprehend, synthesise and interpret political information; analyse and evaluate political knowledge; identify connections, similarities and differences between the areas studied.

Psychology A-Level
Part-time 3 2nd Sep 2019 2 Years

Campus: Milnthorpe Road Campus (MRC)

The course includes a wide range of topics in Psychology, and will be taught through theory sessions, practical activities, learning games and online activities.

Sociology A-Level
Part-time 3 2nd Sep 2019 2 Years

Campus: Milnthorpe Road Campus (MRC)

AS Sociology develops knowledge and understanding of how contemporary society works. To understand this, you will look at aspects of society from different interpretations of people's experiences and develop an awareness of how society evolves.

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