Study A-Level

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A Level

A Levels (Advanced Levels) are subject-based qualifications in UK schools. International students typically study three or four A Level subjects over two years.

A Levels are accepted by every university in the UK, and recognised worldwide. This means you have the opportunity to apply to universities and degrees that may not accept a foundation course.

Why choose us

Studying A Level at Multi-Plan Pathway College means you get taught by fantastic teachers, in addition to:

  • Support in choosing the right subjects for your degree and career ambitions, from application to starting the programme.
  • In-depth university application support, including practice interviews and support writing your personal statement.
  • Weekly meetings with your personal tutor to guide you on your options.
  • A wide choice of structured enrichment activities tailored to your interests and what you want to study at university.
  • Small classes

Available options

The Cambridge A Level is a pre-university programme conducted by the prestigious Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE), United Kingdom.

It is the gateway to the most prestigious universities worldwide.

Accelerated 1 or 2-year program are available. The 2 year program is suitable for students who are either not academically strong or are very young.

Edexcel A levels give students the chance to develop intellectually as they explore a subject in great depth.

Accelerated 1 or 2-year program are available. The 2 year program is suitable for students who are either not academically strong or are very young.

The way this works is, students take their AS year with us and then progress to MPW Colleges, UK, to complete their 2nd year (A2)  A level programme.

Available subjects

  • Mathematics
  • Accountancy
  • Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Physics)
  • Business Studies
  • Economics
  • English Language
  • English Literature
  • Government and Politics
  •  Geography
  • History
  • Law
  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Art and Design