Education in the United Kingdom is a devolved matter with each of the countries of the United Kingdom having separate systems under different governments: the UK Government is responsible for England, and the Scottish Government, the Welsh Government and the Northern Ireland Executive are responsible for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, respectively.
A-levels in Cambridgeshire in United Kingdom
We offer a wide selection of A-level subjects over three different study durations: one year, 18 months and two years. The one-year and two-year course starts in September and the 18-month course starts in January. Students normally study 4 subjects and IELTS English (if required)) in year 1 and continue with three subjects and English (if required) in year 2. [+]
MPW has been welcoming international students for more than 15 years. With around 150 spaces for new international students available each year across the Group, MPW has a vibrant international community that benefits from interacting with the predominantly British student body. This provides an ideal learning environment for our international students to establish the language and cultural skills needed to succeed in the highly competitive world of higher education.
At MPW we offer the most comprehensive suite of A level options that you will find in any academic institution in the UK. Subjects are offered over three different course durations with no restrictions on subject combination or course length.... [-]
The CCSS two-year A Level programme is a popular and successful option for students. CCSS offers an enviable range of A Level subjects and we can usually accommodate any combination a student chooses. Students generally select four subjects in their first year and reduce this to three in their second year... [+]
The CCSS two-year A Level programme is a popular and successful option for students.
CCSS offers an enviable range of A Level subjects and we can usually accommodate any combination a student chooses. Students generally select four subjects in their first year and reduce this to three in their second year.
Our teachers have remarkable expertise and offer high levels of individual support and enhanced learning opportunity. Our generous staffing ratios and teaching time result in students benefiting from twice as much teaching time per student than at other schools and colleges, resulting in the best possible learning experience and preparation for their examinations.
The majority of our students join us aged between 16 and 18 years old and take A Levels over two years.... [-]
The CCSS one-year A Level fast-track programme is an exceptional opportunity to gain the gold-standard A Level qualification in just one year... [+]
Although subject specifications for A Levels are being reformed, these changes do not impact anyone taking one-year A Level courses starting in September 2015. The familiar specifications continue to be available this year.
The CCSS one-year A Level fast-track programme is an exceptional opportunity to gain the gold-standard A Level qualification in just one year.
On this course students take up to three subjects and it is suitable for students who have:completed secondary high school education abroad and need A Levels to enter a British university; completed lower sixth but need to re-cover AS in addition to learning the new A2 material, or want to take new subjects alongside an A2-based programme; taken A Levels but want to re-take. Re-take students generally graduate from CCSS with improved university options and a much clearer understanding of the skills required to make the best of degree-level work. ... [-]
The right course for you will depend on your age, your level of academic English and your academic background. [+]
The right course for you will depend on your age, your level of academic English and your academic background.INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS AT D'OVERBROECK'S WHAT MAKES D'OVERBROECK'S SPECIAL?
There are a number of reasons why studying at d’Overbroeck’s will be a special experience for lots of students compared to their previous schooling or to other schools in the UK. Here are some of the things that our students and parents most frequently mention:The friendly, supportive and relatively informal atmosphere which allows students to feel quickly at ease. The quality of the teaching staff and the wide range of experience beyond education many of them bring to their classes. How well we get to know each of our students, so we can best help them to be successful and happy – both in school and beyond. The way we use our knowledge of our students to guide every individual in their personal and academic development. The quality of feedback on progress for both students and parents and the progress students make The range of extra-curricular activities, educational excursions and other trips on offer. If you come for a visit, then you will be able to experience life at d’Overbroeck’s yourself and judge what you see. ... [-]