Advice on A Level results day

If you are receiving A Level results today, we wish you good luck and hope your results help you take your next step with confidence. But if you are looking at your A level, or AS-level, results and are not sure what to do next, we may be able to help.

Want to do a degree-level course but not sure about Uni?

Maybe you missed out on the grades you needed for your first choice, or are concerned about the costs of doing a degree. CNWL offers a range of HE courses that provide a cost-effective route to more advanced career opportunities. Successful completion of our HNC/HND programmes can also enable you to move straight into year 2 or 3 of a degree course at a university. FIND OUT MORE on our Higher Education pages

Don’t know if A Levels are right for you?

If you didn’t get the grades you were hoping for at AS Level you might not be able to carry on into year 13. Or maybe you just feel A Levels aren’t right for you. In either case, a vocational course with CNWL might be just what you are looking for!

Every year many students chose to join us after Year 12 so you won’t be on your own!

Our Level 3 vocational courses provide advanced, practical skills ideal for a career in your chosen subject, and also providing options leading on to university-level study. Research has shown that 9 out of the 10 most in-demand jobs of the future are accessible through vocational study. If you think CNWL might be a good option for you then come along to one of our enrolment sessions (starting 22 August) for some helpful guidance from careers and course advisers as well as curriculum specialists. Alternatively, just browse our selection of courses here.

Need some advice?

The College’s Campuses at Willesden, Wembley Park and King's Cross are open from 9am to 4.30pm for course advice and guidance on Monday – Thursday and 9-3 on Friday during the summer break. You can drop in for advice from one of our friendly course advisers before enrolment starts, and make sure you know all your options!

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