One year intensive A Levels for Adults 19+
Adults aged 19+ can now study a range of A Levels on our one year intensive programme.
If you have already obtained a Level 3 qualification and are looking to gain more UCAS points, or you have missed out on your university course of choice by not achieving the right A Level results in the required subject, then our Intensive A Level programme is designed for you to complete a full A Level within a year.
If you are under the age of 19, we would typically recommend our two-year A Level programme. However, if you are aged 18 or above and have demonstrated attainment at an advanced level, you may be considered for our intensive programme, even if you are new to the subject.
To qualify for admission, all applicants must have attained a grade 5 or above in GCSE English Language, Maths and Science. Additionally, all applicants must provide a reference, take an entry test and undergo an interview to confirm their suitability for the intensive programme.
Why study at Attlee A Level Academy?
The Attlee A Level Academy is located in East London and is well-connected via excellent transportation links. We offer a wide range of A Levels, along with a GCSE program for post-16 students. Our academy is a diverse community that warmly welcomes students from across London and Essex, as well as international students from Europe.
Our students benefit from expert teachers, small class sizes and modern facilities, which include up-to-date classrooms, IT suites, and labs. At the Attlee A Level Academy, we have established robust partnerships with large corporations, and our students receive support from well-known companies such as Santander, UBS, Morgan Stanley, and the NHS. Additionally, each student is paired with a professional mentor working in medicine, Finance, law or other fields who will help them to network and will offer invaluable careers advice and guidance on university and job applications. Moreover, we work closely with Russell Group universities who provide visiting lecturers and campus visits.