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We offer a range of A Levels and equivalent qualifications to help students progress to their next step, including employment, apprenticeships and higher education.

Studying A Levels at Bridgend College will allow you to benefit from excellent personalised support in a mature learning environment. Our specialist tutors are experts in their subject areas, plus we offer an outstanding learning environment at our STEAM Academy in Pencoed and fantastic university progression routes. We’re very proud of the consistent high achievements of our A Level students, with 84% of our learners achieving A* – C grades and 39% of our learners gaining an A* or A grade in 2022. 

Our Twilight qualification options offer great flexibility for our students, which are also taught at the STEAM Academy, Pencoed Campus:

  • Criminology, Dance, Film Studies, Law and Esports
  • Year 12 sessions are Tuesday and Thursday evenings
  • Year 13 sessions are Monday and Wednesday evenings
  • Classes take place 4.30pm-6.30pm
  • A blend of online and face-to-face classes
  • Free transport is provided to and from schools. More information is available on application.

We also deliver the following courses during the daytime. They are taught across the week, Monday to Thursday, 1pm-3pm:

  • Sociology
  • Law
  • Criminology 
  • Public Services

To study A Levels you need a minimum of 6 GCSEs A*-C including English and Mathematics.

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