If you missed out on getting the grades you needed for your chosen university or chose the wrong subjects and want to learn something new, here at Stonebridge Associated Colleges we’re able to help you take the next step in your educational journey.
Although A Levels are not the only way to get into university (see Access to High Education), as a nationally recognised qualification they demonstrate your knowledge in certain subject areas. A Levels are also accepted by all UK universities via UCAS, so can be the only way to progress to some universities where competition is high.
Do I need a certain grade?
In the majority of cases, universities will provide you with a conditional offer. The condition of this offer will be that you achieve a certain grade in your A Level studies. If you do not achieve these grades on results day, then they may still offer you a place, or you may have to resit or enter university through the clearing system.
If the university has given you an unconditional offer, then simply completing the studies and exams is enough to enter your chosen university.
Is there support available?
Studying online, around other commitments – as convenient as it is – can be challenging, especially if you don’t understand certain elements of your teachings. That’s why with all of our online courses we provide tutor support as standard.
You can access support through your own personal learner section in our world-class learning platform, ATOM.
A biology at A Level is the opportunity to build on what you have learned at GCSE. Taking the core theories and principles and drilling down far deeper, helping you to understand us and the world we inhabit. During your studies you will cover the basic components of living systems, biological molecules, neuronal communication and immunology.
If you have decided that a science-based career is right for you, one of the topics you will need is a foundation in is chemistry. That is why we created this course, so that you can learn all the core concepts that will help you take the next step in your education.
This official online course in A Level Psychology created according to AQA’s latest guidelines is the best way to achieve a Level 3 qualification in an easy, accessible way without the pressure of a classroom. If you always wanted to complete your A-levels but never quite got around, this is the time to do it.
The English Language A Level course introduces students to advanced language study and develops your ability to write for a variety of audiences and purposes. You will study English as a medium of communication and as a topic in its own right.
Maths at A Level course introduces students to advanced principals, stretching students considerably from GCSE level learning. All our course’s course material is available online. Which means you can build your study around you and your circumstances. No classrooms, no timetables.
Do you enjoy working with numbers? Perhaps financial forensics is your thing, or maybe you need the right qualifications to go and study a university degree in business management? Whatever your needs, we have you covered with this official AQA guided course. This gives you the peace of mind that this is the same qualification you would study in a school or college.
Studying your A Level in economics you will apply economic theory to support analysis of current economic problems and issues. You will learn the difference between microeconomies and macroeconomies and appreciate the relationships between them.
Did you leave education after school but would love to study English literature at a higher level? Do you need an English A Level to access your dream degree programme at university? Then our A Level English Literature course is just what you need to take your learning to the next level and unlock your future.
Sociology is the study of how people interact in groups. A Level sociology examines social behaviour from a variety of perspectives, how it originates and then develops. The course also explores the ways people are organised into groups according to distinctions such as class, gender and race.
This course explores the contemporary models, theories and techniques used in successful business development. This thought-provoking content is engaging and relevant to today’s business sector both in the UK and globally.
Studying physics at A Level gives you the opportunity to develop your theoretical and practical knowledge of the subject. You will be challenged to carry our experimental and investigative activities in a range of areas. All designed to prepare you for university study.
History at A Level is a marked step up from GCSE. It will build on the skills you have learned so you will be able to analyse the accuracy of historic accounts. In so doing you will have the capacity to draw together multiple sources to create your own interpretation of events.