Courses

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Student making decisions
Student making decisions

Which course should I choose?

It is your choice. Think carefully about your interest and plans after leaving college and choose the course which will help you to achieved this goal. For example, if you were thinking about applying for a university course in a particular subject such as Medicine, then this will mean that you would need to choose certain subjects – in this case Biology and Chemistry. For many higher education courses the exact choice of course is not too important but it is always worth talking this through with college staff. If you don’t have a specific career goal at the moment then there is nothing wrong in choosing subjects which interest you and in which you think you will do well.

As part of your enrolment at college we will talk through your course choices with you, so don’t worry if you are finding it hard to choose. 

The level 3 programme

This is our most popular programme. You will choose from a wide variety of A level courses and a range of Level 3 BTEC qualifications. Your timetable will also include a weekly Values for Living lesson and a tutorial session. It is a flexible programme over two years that is ideal if you are planning to progress on to university, employment or higher-level apprenticeship.