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Description : A-Level program in MPW College London (Mander Portman Woodward)

MPW College London (Mander Portman Woodward)
from 7480.00
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Accommodation type: host family, apartment
Language of studies English
Education type: co-educational schools
from £ 7480.00 / term
Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
16-18
from 8 050 £ / term
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Description

The A-level program is designed for students aged 16-18 (holders of the GCSE certificate) and takes 12-13 classes, preparing students for admission to the selected institution.

The main duration of the program is 2 academic years. Each student chooses for himself only 3-4 priority disciplines, which he studies as deeply and thoroughly as possible, practically at the university level. List of available directions for selection:

  • Ancient civilization
  • Policy
  • Modern foreign language: modern Greek, German, Russian, French, Spanish, Italian
  • English literature
  • Ancient history
  • Music
  • Classical Latin
  • Textile design
  • Ancient Greek
  • Art History
  • Art
  • Statistics
  • Higher Mathematics
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Theatrical art
  • Physics
  • Accounting
  • Chemistry
  • Business and economics
  • ICT (information and communication technologies
  • Religions of the world (theology)
  • Philosophy
  • Biology
  • Mass Communications
  • Drama
  • The photo
  • Film production
  • Sociology
  • History
  • Ceramics
  • Psychology
  • Geography
  • Jurisprudence
  • Graphic Communications
  • Art, design and craft.

The A-level certificate is valued so highly that it allows its holder not to pass the entrance exams at admission even to the most prestigious and ranking universities.

Foreign students on a classical two-year program additionally attend English language courses and are preparing for the IELTS exam.

There are some other additional options for this course:

  • Annual A-level

The most intensive and complex curriculum. Usually it is chosen by students who have already studied in the first course of the classical A-level, but are dissatisfied with the results of the interim exams, wishing to maximize their academic performance. Also a one-year course is often chosen by students who want to move from one exam system to another.

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Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
14-16
from 7 480 £ / term

Two-year program is designed for schoolchildren aged 14-16, completing a course of incomplete secondary education (graduates receive the international certificate of the same name). Students study a very wide and diverse list of scientific disciplines:

  • Ancient civilization
  • Modern foreign language: modern Greek, German, Russian, French, Spanish, Italian
  • English literature
  • Music
  • Classical Latin
  • Ancient Greek
  • Art
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Business and economics
  • ICT (information and communication technologies
  • Religions of the world (theology)
  • Biology
  • Drama
  • The photo
  • Sociology
  • History
  • Psychology
  • Geography.

Such diversity not only helps students to create a solid foundation of knowledge in the school curriculum, but also provides an opportunity to determine the most interesting, priority specialties, to choose a further direction of activity and the future faculty.

Classes are conducted in small groups (up to 8 people), which gives the teachers the opportunity to give each student a proper amount of individual attention, to practice a personal approach.

Annual
16-18
from 8 050 £ / term

The A-level program is designed for students aged 16-18 (holders of the GCSE certificate) and takes 12-13 classes, preparing students for admission to the selected institution.

The main duration of the program is 2 academic years. Each student chooses for himself only 3-4 priority disciplines, which he studies as deeply and thoroughly as possible, practically at the university level. List of available directions for selection:

  • Ancient civilization
  • Policy
  • Modern foreign language: modern Greek, German, Russian, French, Spanish, Italian
  • English literature
  • Ancient history
  • Music
  • Classical Latin
  • Textile design
  • Ancient Greek
  • Art History
  • Art
  • Statistics
  • Higher Mathematics
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Theatrical art
  • Physics
  • Accounting
  • Chemistry
  • Business and economics
  • ICT (information and communication technologies
  • Religions of the world (theology)
  • Philosophy
  • Biology
  • Mass Communications
  • Drama
  • The photo
  • Film production
  • Sociology
  • History
  • Ceramics
  • Psychology
  • Geography
  • Jurisprudence
  • Graphic Communications
  • Art, design and craft.

The A-level certificate is valued so highly that it allows its holder not to pass the entrance exams at admission even to the most prestigious and ranking universities.

Foreign students on a classical two-year program additionally attend English language courses and are preparing for the IELTS exam.

There are some other additional options for this course:

  • Annual A-level

The most intensive and complex curriculum. Usually it is chosen by students who have already studied in the first course of the classical A-level, but are dissatisfied with the results of the interim exams, wishing to maximize their academic performance. Also a one-year course is often chosen by students who want to move from one exam system to another.

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