A-Level program in Abbey DLD College London
Without entrance examinations to any UK university, you can only apply after studying for the A-level program. Adolescents who have completed two-year studying have the level of knowledge and skills that will allow them to master a specialty in a British or world higher educational institution.
The fullness of the two-year curriculum is universal for all British colleges. A distinctive feature of A-level: several subjects are taught with the utmost detail of knowledge. The material is presented intensively, with a slant in the professional sphere.
In the first year, A-level students study four central subjects, and in the second year - three. When choosing it is necessary not to take special courses that complement each other, so that there is no duplication of knowledge. In the A-level subjects, it is possible to conditionally single out the humanitarian direction (foreign languages, English academic and for foreign students, history, religions of the world), a block of natural science subjects (geography, physics, the surrounding world and ecology, biology, chemistry) and practical direction (art and design, photography, accounting, business theory, media, music, computer science and programming, economics and others). Future social workers are studying psychology and sociology. Learning German, French or Spanish on the A-level is compulsory.
Beginning of studies is in September, January, April.