A Level qualifications allow our students to access university entrance for the best universities and colleges worldwide.
We offer a wide range of Cambridge International Examinations at Advanced Level for our Year 12 and 13 students. The A Levels follow naturally on from the IGCSE courses run in Years 10 and 11.
The A Level programme is split into two components over a two year course. The Advanced Subsidiary (AS) Level is a qualification that is obtained after the completion of examinations at the end of Year 12. It represents the first half of an A Level course, but is a qualification in its own right. The Advanced (A2) Level is a qualification that is obtained after the completion of examinations at the end of Year 13.
Students are expected to take four subjects at AS Level in Year 12, and to continue with any three of them onto A Level in Year 13.