Study A-Levels in the UK

What are A-Levels?

The Advanced Level, universally referred to as an A-Level, is a qualification offered by education institutions in the UK. In Scotland, students take the Higher and Advanced Higher of the Scottish Qualifications Certificate. A-Levels are usually studied over a two-year period and are the qualifications that UK universities use to assess a student’s eligibility for an undergraduate degree course.

Study A-Levels in the UK

If you would like your son or daughter to study A-Levels in the UK, please arrange your free consultation in Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai, Pune and Coimbatore.

A-Level programmes in the UK

A large number of students also study A-Levels at a dedicated further education college, who also offer a wider array of vocational courses. The qualification is the most common method used by UK universities to determine an applicant's suitability for academic subjects.

Where can Indian students study A-Levels?

If you are an Indian student, SI-UK recommends the following schools to study A-Levels in the UK:

Study A-Levels in the UK

For more detailed information about studying A-Levels in the UK, please arrange your free consultation at our offices in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Pune, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Lucknow, Ahmedabad and Coimbatore.

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