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A-Level

A-level is a school leaving qualification offered by educational bodies in the UK for students to complete their pre-university education. A-Levels are traditionally taken by 18 years old and usually studied over a two-year period and are widely recognised around the world as the standard qualifications that UK universities use to assess a student’s eligibility for a degree course. In most countries when students enter into university they only have a general school education and further they choose to start specialization in the subjects of their choice. This is the major reason most of the students come to UK and join A-level course. It allows them to choose the three or four subjects in which they are really interested.
This programme helps the students in achieving the grades they need to enrol at one of the UK’s leading universities. EKUK represents a number of schools in the UK. Please arrange your free consultation today so we can get you started.
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