High school students for the passage of the Sixth Form usually choose the classic British program A-level. This two-year course for students of 16-18 years provides for an in-depth, almost university study of a small number of disciplines: 4-5 for the first year (AS-level) and only 3-4 of them for the second. Items can be selected from the following list:
"From scratch," you can also learn Chinese or Arabic, and work in Japanese and Italian language courses.
In addition, senior students are offered a fairly new qualification Extended Project: this is a course of about half the standard A-level, which significantly increases the chances of successful enrollment. Classes are held 5 times every 2 weeks: this study (practical or theoretical) on the topic chosen by the student and coordinated with the teacher. The result of the study may be an extended essay (volume of 4,500-6,000 words), a creative product or a practical presentation with public protection. The subjects of research can concern practically any field of knowledge: medicine, engineering sciences, astronomy, law and jurisprudence, medicine, architecture and so on.
The students also have the opportunity of working practice and internship.
The cost of schooling (grades 9-13) is 12,175 £ per term (or 36525 £ per year = 3 trimester).
Year of foundations Rugby School: 1567 Location: Warwickshire, Rugby Age: 11-18 years ] Type of training: joint Number of students: 800, 20% - foreigners Programs: High School, GCSE, A-Level, Pre-U [ 999.18] Accommodation: Boardinghouse Tuition fees at Rugby School:from 10,680 GBP per term with accommodation Rating: one of the oldest prestigious schools in England, the ancestor of the game in rugby, is in the TOP-100 private schools according to the results of A- Level / Pre-U
One of the most famous and oldest schools in England was founded under the reign of Elizabeth I. To this day, the institution preserves its history, observes traditions, but at the same time it keeps pace with the times. The building in which today housed the Rugby school, it occupies since 1750. The structure is one of the historical monuments of Warwickshire.
The school of Rugby covers an area of 80 hectares. There are fruit gardens, play fields, green recreation areas, educational building and residences. The unique architectural ensemble of the English school in Englandwas formed in the XIX century, when the educational institution significantly increased in size.