T-levels: general and local information
This page provides a brief overview of T-levels including links to general information about T-levels, local college offers in the areas of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire Oxfordshire and Swindon, plus access to some downloadable resources.
Introduction to T-levels
The government’s dedicated T-levels website has information and resources, which can be accessed by students and teachers alike, such as the Department for Education’s ‘Introduction to T-levels’ booklet detailing what T-levels courses include and how they work with other qualifications, including grading and UCAS points.
The Amazing Apprenticeships information page will help you to understand all about this new career-focused alternative to A-levels and has resources for teachers and students. Why not try out the T-levels quiz and see what you and your students know already.
Careerpilot’s page covers a wide variety of information including which subjects are available now, what is coming in future years and how to use T-levels as a route to university.
Where to find courses in the Study Higher region?
There are a number of colleges offering information, advice and guidance about T-levels and we have provided links for some of them below.
Click on the individual links to access each one.
New College Swindon
Abingdon & Witney College
Activate City of Oxford College
Click here to take a look at T-levels at Activate City of Oxford.
Buckinghamshire College Group
Activate Reading College
Milton Keynes College
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