A Levels are one
of the most common qualifications sought by universities. Good A
Level qualifications can give you access to Higher Education as
well as employment.
Introduced in 1951, A Levels test
knowledge and understanding of many different subjects, but require
more in-depth study and greater insight. AS Levels, first
introduced introduced in 2001, count as half an A Level.To find out
more about AS Level courses please contact one of our education advisors
A and AS Level courses can be
studied from anywhere at any time and distance learning is an ideal
option for mature learners who want to fit their studies around
What our students say
Roderick Thompson from Penley, Wales
Thirteen-year-old Cameron Thompson gained an A grade in A Level Maths and is currently studying A level Physics. His family turned to distance learning so Cameron could learn maths in his spare time at home while still attending a mainstream school with his friends. Cameron‘s dad said: “Cameron is well ahead of his age in terms of his mathematical ability so we’re really happy that he is able to pursue this through distance learning."