To study any of our A Level or BTEC courses, five GCSEs (including Maths and English Language) at Grade 4 or above are required, plus additional entry requirements for individual subjects. 
Please note: Level 2 BTECs are not accepted as part of any entry criteria.

You choose three subject options: one A Level makes up one subject option; BTECs can be equivalent to one or two subject options. There are no timetable restrictions on what combination of subjects you can study.

If you have applied to join the College, attended an interview and been offered a place, and then don’t meet the general entry requirements come GCSE results, you may be offered one of a limited number of places on our Foundation Programme. This programme is explained below:

At the heart of our excellence as a College, and the success of our students, is student attendance on a full time academic programme of study that comprises crucial elements proven to help young people achieve. Expert teaching, a bespoke pastoral programme with a dedicated tutor, a wide range of innovative schemes to assist learning, a rich and varied list of extra-curricular opportunities and specialist career support are all backed up by a proven ethos and set of core values that are embedded on a daily basis.  Our students immerse themselves in the full sixth form experience and as a result continue onto their next steps as well-rounded, successful individuals.