Our A Level Department is based at our St Albans Campus and offers a wide range of subjects designed to match your individual interests and ambitions. Our choice of A Level programmes allows you to mix and match your choices so that you can discover what you really want to do.
What are A Levels useful for?
- If you are considering going to university, A Levels are useful preparation for study as you will be compoleting assignments, studying independently and focusing on your areas of interest.
- If you don't want to continue into higher education, A levels allow you to keep your options open if you change your mind in the future
- If you are considering going into employment, A levels can help you get the job you want as this is a qualification widely recognised by employers
Studying at the College is a stepping-stone to your future and an opportunity to gain skills you will use for the rest of your adult life. We encourage independent study and give our students greater independence to make the transition into adulthood a bit easier.
Our students benefit from excellent teaching in each of the subjects we offer. Our staff are specialists in their respective subjects and bring years of experience to the classroom.
We offer high level of tutor support, as well as support to complete your UCAS application if you want to go to university after completing your A Levels. You’re in good hands with Oaklands College as 98% of our students go into work or further study after completing our courses.
All of our full time programmes include opportunities to support and enhance your learning so that you can achieve your goals and ambitions. Students enrol on a Study Programme which individualises their education whilst enhancing their employability skills. A Study programme is made up of four key elements which includes a main vocational qualification, the development of English and maths through the study of GCSE’s or Functional Skills, Work-related learning through work experience and Personal Development Reviews.
Find a course to suit you from the list below. If you get stuck, don’t worry, help is at hand just call us on 01727 737000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org