We welcome applicants to courses of all levels
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.
Most applicants select four AS level subjects to study at college but this may differ if you wish to study a BTEC course or a combination of BTEC and AS levels. In some cases you may wish to apply to courses at different levels. An example may be applying for three AS Levels and a re-sit in GCSE Maths.
To help you with course choice, all applicants are offered an informal interview, an opportunity to discuss your options and to select the best correct course combination.
At least 5 Cs at GCSE or equivalent
Level 3 is Advanced Level and covers all A Levels and BTEC Level 3 courses.
4 Ds at GCSE
Level 2 is Intermediate Level and covers BTEC Level 2 courses and GCSEs.
Mainly Es at GCSE
Level 1 is Foundation Level. On successful completion of Level 1 students can progress to Level 2.
Fs and Gs at GCSE
Entry Level provides an introductory year which builds basic skills for a student who may then progress to Level 1.
Wyke is an equal opportunities college
This means we welcome applications from potential students of all races and religions, from disabled people, and we do not discriminate on grounds of sex or sexual orientation.
We treat staff and students carefully and with respect.