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A-Levels – one or two-year programme for 11th-12th formers 

  A Levels are UK public university entrance examinations and are recognised worldwide. They are the standard entry qualification for assessing the suitability of applicants for academic courses in UK universities. So they aim to give you in-depth preparation you need to excel on the most demanding and competitive degree courses.

  A-Levels are studied typically between the ages of 16-18 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. They remain the most popular route into UK higher education institutions.
Course length: 3, 5 or 6 terms;
  The 6 term course consists of two stages:
Stage 1 – Advanced Subsidiary (AS) level: You’ll study 3 modules and upon completion you will be awarded an AS Level. 
Stage 2 – A2 level: You will study the second set of 3 units which will take your AS level to a full A Level.
  The 5 term course runs from January or April to next June;
  The 3 term intensive, fast-track course allows to complete the programme in one year.
  If you need to improve your English skills or your IELTS score is less that 6.0, you’ll have a possibility to take additional English classes during the course.

 Successful completion of the programme will allow you to apply for five degree courses at any UK university, provided you meet the entry requirements. Then all or several of them will send you conditional offers (Usually conditional offer contains the minimum grades you must obtain in order to secure the place on the course).

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