International College

A levels

Course Overview

  • Your passport to the best universities in the UK and typically studied in three or four subjects
  • Benefit from ongoing English language to help you achieve the best grades possible
  • Option to take our Enhanced Support Package which includes additional language and study skills lessons
  • Pre-arrival advice to ensure that your subject choices are right for you
  • On-course support from a dedicated Personal Tutor, individual progression advice and help with your university application

Entry requirements:

  • English language level equivalent to IELTS 5.5 (Academic) with a minimum of 5.0 in all four papers for three A Levels. IELTS 6.0 (Academic) with 6.0 in writing is required for four A Levels.
  • EU students are required to have a GCSE qualification or equivalent in Maths and English or obtain them as part of their course.
  • Successful completion of two years of senior secondary school or equivalent. Students from Hong Kong are required to have successfully completed a minimum of Form Four.

Students normally take three of the following subjects:

Accounting | Sociology | Art and Design | Graphics | Spanish | Biology | Health and Social Care | Textiles | Business Studies | Maths | Chemistry | Further Maths | Computer Science | Media | Dance | Modern History | Drama and Theatre Studies | Music | Economics | Music Technology | Film Studies | Philosophy | Fine Art | Photography | French | Physical Education | Geography | Physics | Psychology


Please note that although students aged 16-18 are classified as adults in respect of their eligibility for this course, they are subject to stricter rules on supervision, details of which can be found here.

Please note there is a public holiday on 3 May 2021 when the college is closed. The college is also closed one day each term for staff training.

There are no lessons on Saturdays or Sundays.

If you are a Visa National, we recommend that you contact our International Admissions office at international@escg.ac.uk for advice before choosing your course, study duration, and visa type. We also suggest that you visit the following website:

www.gov.uk/visas-immigration

Start dates
7 Sep 2020 - 6 July 2021

length
2 years

min. age
16 years old

campus
all campuses

How to apply for

International courses