Our Courses

At City of Westminster College we pride ourselves on running inspiring and engaging courses, which develop your creative thinking and provide you with the skills and knowledge needed to succeed. Our courses are designed with your employability in mind; from work placements and real-life projects to facilities mirroring industry, they provide an excellent launchpad for your future career.

We offer a diverse and exciting range of vocational and practical qualifications for you to choose from, across a wide range of subject areas. With courses for school leavers (16-18 year-olds) including A-levels, T-Levels and BTECs, courses for adults, Apprenticeships, Higher Education, short courses and work-based vocational learning, there's sure to be something for you at City of Westminster College - find your course below.

If you would like to find out more about any of our courses why not come to one of our Open Events? Click here to find out more about our Open Events​.

A Levels

We offer a range of A levels subjects. These are two-year, full-time study programmes that includes weekly tutorials and work experience. Our tutors can offer you advice on your preferences and guidance on the best combinations of subjects for your career pathway. 

We have an excellent track record in teaching Humanities and  English. In many subjects the pass rates and proportion of students gaining higher grades is good. 

We also offer a range of support to help you succeed, including improvement classes and learning support for study in lessons.

Your A Level programme will be made up of three subjects, tutorials and employment skills including work experience.

Do you know…

Our experienced Careers Team will be available throughout your time with us to advise and guide you through the various options. You will also be fully supported in the process of applying to university through the UCAS system.

General entry requirements 

To study three subjects at A-level, you will need to pass six academic GCSE subjects at grade 5 or above, including English Language, and Mathematics. Regardless of what subjects you apply for, the expectation is that your GCSE qualifications will have been obtained through examinations all taken during years 10 and 11.

Students with previous A level experience, including re-sit applications  

Applications from students who have previously studied A-levels will be considered on a case-by-case basis but only where general or subject-specific entry criteria are met, and you also pass the selection process.

What’s next? 

Whilst potential career paths available to students that choose to study A levels are many and varied, the majority of our students progress to university.

For more information on A Levels courses, please click on the links below.

Course Suitable for Categories
A Level Biology 16-18 F.E. Courses
A Level Business Studies 16-18 F.E. Courses
A Level Chemistry 16-18 F.E. Courses
A Level English Language 16-18 F.E. Courses
A Level English Literature 16-18 F.E. Courses
A Level History 16-18 F.E. Courses
A Level Law 16-18 F.E. Courses
A Level Maths 16-18 F.E. Courses
A Level Media Studies 16-18 F.E. Courses
A Level Physics 16-18 F.E. Courses
A Level Politics 16-18 F.E. Courses
A Level Psychology 16-18 F.E. Courses
A Level Sociology 16-18 F.E. Courses