Wyke College has a broad range of courses to match student interests, ambitions and ability. Most students choose Wyke to study A levels or a BTEC Level 3 qualification but we also offer courses at Foundation and GSCE level. The programme of study you will follow at Wyke will depend on your entry qualifications and all applicants will be offered an interview to discuss the options available to them at Wyke.
Wyke 6th Form College student Naomi Swain has recently won the Entrance Scholarship competition of the University of Aberystwyth. She has been awarded a scholarship of £1000 in her first year to study at the institution in Wales. The university offers a variety of scholarships, bursaries and merit awards to students across the UK. Naomi is a former Wolfreton School student, and is currently studying Classical Civilisation, History and Sociology at Wyke.
The University’s Entrance Scholarship Competition consists of sitting an examination in a chosen subject. Scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis dependent on achieving a minimum mark in each paper. Naomi found out about the scholarship through a student showing her around the university and said “He told me how much it had helped him with the extra funding. So I thought "What’s to lose!?" might as well go for it and try my best”.
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Wyke offers courses at Level Three, Level Two and Foundation Level. Please use the interface and navigation panels to select a course level that is appropriate to your academic ability. Course Information
The most important advice is to apply early and don’t leave your application until after your GCSE results. If you encounter any problems applying to Wyke please contact the college Liaison Manager, John Hamlin. How to apply
The Wyke College Prospectus gives you all the information you need to choose the correct course for you. You can view the prospectus online, download it or have a copy posted to you. Wyke College Prospectus