LEVEL 3 EXAM RESULTS DAY
UAL & Common Leys results - Please check your email
Any results not collected by 2pm on the 18th August will be posted 2nd class to the students home address.
4th Aug 2022
Studying a T Level means you get to spend 80% of your time in the classroom and 20% on a minimum nine week placement with an employer. You'll gain the same number of UCAS points as three A'Levels and you will have real, hands-on work experience - which means greater flexibility and choice when you come to take your next step either into higher education or the world of work.
From September, Abingdon & Witney College will offer T Level courses in Business & Administration. Digital Production, Design & Development. Education & Childcare, Engineering and Healthcare. A T Level in one of these subjects could lead to a career as anything from a dental technician to an electrical engineering technician or a computer games developer, so if you know what field you want to work in but you're just not sure which route to take to get there T Levels could be the answer you're looking for.
If you would like to find out more about T Levels and whether they're the right choice for you why not pop in to one of our Welcome Wednesdays or GCSE and 'A'Level Drop In Days at our Abingdon and Witney campuses. You'll have the chance to chat to a tutor or careers adviser who will be able to guide you in the right direction. We know this is a nerve-racking time for students but we have a pathway for everyone at Abingdon & Witney College!
For further details go to our Events page.