We help students to build a UKAP Advanced curriculum that brings success for learners. The syllabuses prepare learners for higher study, which is why universities worldwide value and recognise UKAP International AS & A Level qualifications.

AS and A-levels - sometimes called General Certificates of Education (GCE) or Advanced levels - are normally studied after level 2 in a UKAP or GCSEs, but you can take them at any age. They mainly involve studying the theory of a subject combined with some investigative work and are usually studied full-time over two years at school or college. AS and A levels are at level 3 on the DETC  Qualifications Framework.

AS levels generally take one year to complete and A levels are studied across two years. Generally, students progress to AS and A levels in the academic year following their GCSE results, but you can take them at any age.

Find out about the qualifications in the A-level family, AS (Advanced Subsidiary) and A (Advanced) levels.

AS and A-levels - sometimes called General Certificates of Education (GCE) or Advanced levels - are normally studied after level 2 in a UKAP or GCSEs, but you can take them at any age. They mainly involve studying the theory of a subject combined with some investigative work and are usually studied full-time over two years at school or college. AS levels generally take one year to complete and A levels are studied across two years. Generally, students progress to AS and A levels in the academic year following their GCSE results, but you can take them at any age.

To find out more about our AS and A-level subjects and the support available, select a subject from the AS and A level homepage.

AS qualifications

New AS levels are stand-alone qualifications and no longer contribute to an A level grade. Their purpose is to encourage curriculum breadth and the AS level is designed to be co-taught with the first year of the A level.

 

AS & A Level Course:

2.     Accounting

3.     Arabic as a first language

4.     Art and Design

5.     Biology

6.     Business

7.     Chemistry

8.     Chinese

9.     Classical Arabic

10.  Commerce

11.  Computer Science

12.  Economics

13.  English (as 2nd language)

14.  English Language A

15.  English Language B

16.  English Literature

17.  Further Pure Mathematics

18.  Geography

19.  German

20.  Global Citizenship

21.  Hindi

22.  History

23.  Human Biology

24.  Information and Communication Technology

25.  Islamic Studies

26.  Islamiyat

27.  Mathematics A

28.  Mathematics B

29.  Modern Greek

30.  Pakistan Studies

31.  Physics

32.  Religious Studies

33.  Science (Double Award)

34.  Science (Single Award)

35.  Sinhala

36.  Spanish

37.  Swahili

38.  Tamil

39.  Turkish

40.  Urdu

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