The course will typically comprise of the following subjects:
- GCSE English
- GCSE Maths
- GCSE Synergy Science (Double Award)
- GCSE Citizenship or GCSE English Literature
The programme runs 3 days per week.
You will develop the academic skills, knowledge and understanding to enable you to progress to Level 3 study and pursue a university place leading to a professional career of your choice.
The majority of assessment is by formal examination, but some subjects will also have internally assessed components.
The course runs at our Park Lane Campus. The programme runs 3 days per week.
You must be 19 years of age or above at the course start date in early September.
You will be returning to education after a period of time spent at work, childcare or other activities. You may have acquired valuable skills and experience during this time. You do not need formal qualifications, but you must be able to show by your application and interview that you are able to benefit from studying at Level 2 (GCSE).
GCSE qualifications are useful for entry to more advanced courses, both academic and vocational, and for going directly to employment. A significant number of students progress to the Access to Higher Education courses.
"I failed everything at school, found it difficult returning to study. I was supported by the staff; persevered and successfully passed my level 2 and level 3 courses. I am now studying a degree in Politics and Economics at Royal Holloway University in London, I am aiming for a career in political journalism."