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What does A level mean?

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GCE A Levels (General Certificate of Education Advanced Levels) are qualifications normally studied by UK students over two years in year 12 and 13 of secondary school. GCE A Levels are also studied in sixth form colleges or further education colleges.

Most students choose to take three or four A Levels, although only three are necessary to make an application to a course at this university. The University considers a wide range of A Level equivalents from the UK, EU and international communities. EU and International equivalent qualifications can be found via the links below. 

Entry requirements for our undergraduate programmes can be found here.

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