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A Levels

32 subject areas to choose from 

We currently offer a diverse range of A Level subjects, designed to provide students with combined skills and knowledge that will fully prepare them for the next exciting stage of their life. Demonstrating outstanding results, many of our students have gone on to secure places at the country’s top universities, including the University of Cambridge, The University of Manchester, the University of Bristol and University College London.

We know that studying at the College is different to school, and our fantastic teaching and support staff will help you take this next step and make the most out of your time at Cheshire College. 

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At Cheshire College, our A Level students have access to incredible opportunities offered through our Futures Programme, which includes seminars and support delivered through our partnership with the University of Oxford. 

To be considered for entry onto our A Level courses you should have a minimum of two GCSEs at Grade 5 (B) and three GCSEs at Grade 4 (C) including English Language and Maths, plus a high average GCSE point score. There will also be individual subject requirements which will be explained at your guidance interview.

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Student spotlight Beth Randall

Beth Randell

School: St Thomas More Catholic High School
A Levels: English Language – A*, French – A*, German – A

“When looking for a college, the choice of subjects was very important to me and I felt like Cheshire College – South & West had a great combination of courses. Due to a great passion for languages I chose to study English Language, French and German at A Level, with the intention of continuing on to University. I had a great relationship with the teachers at Cheshire College and found them to be incredibly supportive, especially when I had some personal challenges to overcome. I am delighted with my A Level results and will be attending the University of York to study French and Linguistics.”

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