New A-level courses on offer at Solihull College and University Centre - The Solihull Observer

New A-level courses on offer at Solihull College and University Centre

Solihull Editorial 20th Sep, 2023   0

A HOST of new A-level programmes are set to be launched at Solihull College and University Centre.

From September 2024 courses will include Business, Visual Arts, Social Science, Humanities, Cultural Studies and Digital Content.

A-Levels provide an academic route for students wishing to progress to university.

These qualifications can help keep options open for students not yet sure of their future career or specific university plans.

College principal, Dr Rebecca Gater, said: “We are thrilled to be introducing A-Level programmes. This expansion aligns perfectly with our mission to support all members of our college community to succeed.

“A-Levels are an excellent addition to our offer because they provide an additional pathway for students to pursue their higher education goals and career ambitions.




“By offering a broader range of programmes, we can cater to a more diverse group of learners, ensuring that every student has the opportunity to excel and reach their full potential.”

The new A-Level programmes will complement the College’s vocational and technical (T-Level) courses.


T-Levels are a new qualification, designed with employers, that feature a 45-day industry placement enabling students to develop occupational specialist skills, and gain valuable work experience.

An A-Level & T-Level Information Evening will be taking place at Blossomfield Campus on October 11, from 6pm until 7.30pm to help prospective students choose the best route for them.

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