During your time at College, you'll be assigned a personal tutor, who will be responsible for monitoring your academic progress. You'll attend a tutorial meeting every week and part of this time will be allocated to group activities, such as recognising your best learning style, study skills, revision skills, careers education, financial matters and much more. The other part will be dedicated to an individual progress review, enabling your tutor to make sure you're on track to get the best grades possible.
At Northampton, you may be able to study further subjects at local schools though the cluster arrangements in place. Please ask about these at our Open Events or at your interview.
Subjects and Entry Requirements
The standard minimum entry requirements to study on the full time A Level programme are five GCSEs at Grade C or above including English Language, or an equivalent qualification for example, a BTEC Level 2 qualification at Merit grade. (Some subjects will require a Distinction grade). Please note the vocational qualification will need to be in related curriculum discipline. In addition, some A Levels require relevant GCSEs at Grade C or above. See each subject for specific entry requirements.
In most cases, we do not offer applicants a place on the AS programme if they have previously studied either these or different subjects. Please refer to alternative courses.