A Levels - City of Wolverhampton College


A Levels are a great way to prepare for university-level study and we are here to guide you along the way. We will help you towards achieving the grades you need and choosing the university, institution or higher-apprenticeship that’s right for you.

With a range of A Levels on offer – many of which are different to those on offer at school – you really can #defineyourfuture at college!

WE're better than sixth form

Studying isn't just about academics, here at college we offer a rich campus life:

On-site College Starbucks offering the full Starbucks drinks menu at an exclusive discount.

No school uniform - unlike most Sixth Form schools, coming to college means you're not required to wear a mandatory uniform.

Independence - You're not required to stay on site for the entire day; if you've finished, you can go home.

Dedicated support from tutors throughout your studies with us. You'll receive comprehensive support throughout your course.

A high grade academy to support students in achieving A*-B grades.

about our a level offer

We can help you study the subjects that interest you and the combination that best suits your plans for your future career.

You’ll be able to work and complete research in wvSixth – our very own sixth form centre on the Paget Road campus which is solely for use by A Levels students and has computers and places to work individually or in small groups.

In addition to lessons, you’ll have a weekly tutorial with your dedicated personal tutor, as well as studying additional short qualifications in environmental sustainability and financial planning for your future, such as understanding pay and pay slips and understanding your employment contract and rights.

One of our key focuses is preparing you for your future by creating opportunities and experiences for you to gain the skills and knowledge you need to go to university or move straight into a job and, whichever route you take when you leave us, go on to a successful career in your chosen industry.


Here's what some of our students had to say about studying with us:

The support I received at College was great. I absolutely loved College and I have had the best time ever.

Benjamin Phillips

A Level student Luca Mardare wearing a black and cream checked shirt working in the college library

College is quite different to school – you’re free to express yourself and take advantages of opportunities to develop personally, and you can benefit from extra support from tutors if you need it!

Luca Andrei Mardare

A-level student Paulina Patzova, wearing a white lab coat, carrying out an experiment in the science lab

I’ve found it easy to settle in, everyone is very friendly and the supportive and encouraging environment made me feel welcome and even more determined to learn and constantly improve. 

Paulina Patzova


They take pride in their work and are ambitious for their futures. Nearly all A-level learners move on to study at their first-choice university.

OFSTED Inspection report - March 2023

our A Levels

Click on a subject to learn more and to apply.





English Language

English Literature

Environmental Science








We know that doing three A Levels might not always be the best combination. Choose from doing one A Level and two Level 3 qualifications to best suite your needs, or do our Access course if you don't meet the grades.

Access to A Levels

Applied Criminology BTEC Level 3 Certificate

Applied Law Pearson BTEC Level 3 Certificate

Applied Psychology BTEC Level 3 Certificate


I haven’t got the grades to do A Levels, what are my options?

If you want to do A Levels in science but haven’t got the right grades for the subjects you want to study, the Access to A Levels programme will give you the opportunity to study a range of GCSEs, including English and maths, so that you can progress to A Levels next year.

Can I study A Levels and a Level 3 qualification at the same time?

We know that doing three A Levels might not always be the best combination for your future career, so we offer three Level 3 qualifications that can be studied as part of your study programme. You can opt to combine one A Level with two Level 3 options, or two A Levels with one Level 3 option.

The Level 3 options are:

• Applied Criminology

• Applied Law

• Applied Psychology

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Contact our careers team for advice, support and information on how to apply to do A Levels with us, alternatively fill out the contact form to get a free call back.


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Step 1: Browse the full range of A Levels we have on offer by selecting an option above.

Step 2: Find the A Level you're interested in and click 'Apply Now'. Please note, to be able to apply for a course online you’ll need an email address. Make sure to include your most recent, email address on your application form, and save your log-in details as you'll need them again

Step 3: Our team will be in touch to discuss next steps!

Come to an Open Event


Want to discuss your A Level options in person? Come along to an Open Event at our Paget Road Campus

It’s going to be fun, exciting and engaging as you will have the chance to get hands-on with interactive activities, learn about college courses, talk to current students who made the choice you’re thinking about now and find out about general college life!

If taking one step closer to becoming a WolvColl student isn’t enough, there will be opportunities for you to win prizes during the event and you’ll even walk away with a WolvColl goodie bag!