- Advanced Diploma
- Secondary School
- Great Britain
The GCSE, or General Certificate of Secondary Education (formerly O' Level) is the standard qualification marking the end of the first stage of high school. GCSE examinations are taken by all students, normally at the age of 16, and are usually required in order to progress onto AS/A Level and University Foundation programmes. They are therefore the natural choice for overseas students who wish to come to the UK at an earlier stage in order to get a grounding in British education before moving on to those courses.
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Traditionally, A levels are the standard qualification required to obtain a place at a UK university. These days, most international students are faced with a choice of A levels or a Foundation course. Whilst A levels tend to be longer courses, they are also an independent qualification and offer a more in-depth preparation for university study.
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