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T Levels are new courses for school-leavers and are equivalent to three A Levels.

Are you looking for a more hands-on style of learning? Know what career path you want to take? Or, considering University?

T Levels are a fresh way to learn after you finish school. Equivalent to three A Levels, they offer students practical and knowledge-based learning at a school or college and on-the-job experience through an industry placement of 45 days.

Why study a T Level?

T Levels are new qualifications that bring together academic study with workplace experience.


Like A Levels they attract UCAS points providing entry to universities across the country

45-day work placement

You’ll spend 80% of your time in the classroom and 20% on a 45-day placement to give you the skills and knowledge employers are looking for.


T Levels have been designed following thorough consultations with leading businesses and employers to allow students to meet the needs of the industry both now and in the future.

Teddy took on a T Level …

Teddy is among the first cohort of students to study for a T Level in Engineering, Manufacturing, Processing and Control and says they have been blown away by how much they have already learned. “I found the prospect of a T Level very exciting. I wanted to do something different and what can be more different than a brand-new qualification? I know some people might be put off by the fact T Levels are new, but I find it exciting to be among the first people to do these courses.”

Click below to read about Teddy’s journey.

Not ready for a T Level?

Don’t worry – we offer a T Level foundation programme, known as a T Prep. They support school leavers who aren’t quite ready to start a T Level. They include:

  • technical knowledge and practical skills relevant to your chosen T Level subject
  • projects to help you prepare for the work placement element of the T Level
  • industry-relevant English and maths skills, and digital skills
  • an individual support and personal development plan.
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Who are T Levels suitable for?

T Levels may be suitable for students who:

benefit from a more hands-on style of learning

know what career path they want to follow

want to leave school but are considering university


Click the link below to learn more about T Levels.

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