a level age

a level age

In 2012, some 52% of students stayed on post 16 in secondary school sixth forms, where a wide variety of A level courses are on offer, while a further 31% of school leavers enrolled at the University College Isle of Man (UCM) of Further and Higher Education in Homefield Road, Douglas.
The College offers further, vocation and community education to some 8,000 people aged 16+, ranging from basic skills to bespoke industry qualifications and degrees in partnership with the University of Chester.

This option allows students to study in breadth issues of change, continuity, cause and consequence in this period through the following key questions:
Please note that Summer 2021 will be the final assessment of this component for AS History.

A level age
The age descriptions for the Award levels are suggestions, all Awards are open to all ages.
There are six CREST Award levels. To choose the right one, consider the age and ability of your students and the time they have available to do the Award.

References:

http://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/history/as-and-a-level/history-7041-7042/subject-content/1b-spain-in-the-age-of-discovery,-14691598
http://www.crestawards.org/which-level
http://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/