T Levels are the new gold standard in vocational education. Designed by industry experts, students gain practical experience while also achieving qualifications needed to progress to higher education.
- T Levels are the equivalent of 3 A Levels
- T Levels are 80% classroom; 20% workplace
- T Levels take two years
T Levels lead to apprenticeships, work or university.
T Level Digital Production, Design and Development
Prepares students for a career in the digital industries, one of the fastest growing sectors in the UK.
Examples of careers this could lead to:
- Software Developer
- Web Designer
- Computer Programmer
- Computer Game Designer
- App Developer
T Level Health
Prepares students for a career in healthcare.
Our students learn in Middlesex University’s state-of-the-art rooms at Saracens’ StoneX stadium.
Examples of careers T Level Health could lead to:
- Ambulance Care Assistant
- Healthcare Assistant
- Care Worker
A minimum of five GCSE pass grades (4 and above) including English and Maths.