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Application Form

All applications must be made by using one copy of the common application form. This form has been introduced jointly by the three Brighton colleges Varndean College, BHASVIC and City College Brighton to ensure that all students are given the opportunity to gain access to the most appropriate program of study. The form can be obtained from your own school or directly from any one of the three colleges - you can download and print a form yourself (below). You may use it to apply to one, two or three of the colleges as you wish, but you will be asked to put the colleges in order of your preference.

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The deadline for applications is Friday 2nd December.

 

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ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

entry requirements

WHAT WILL A STUDY PROGRAMME CONSIST OF?

ALL STUDENTS WILL BE EXPECTED TO BE FULL TIME AND ON AN APPROPRIATE STUDY PROGRAMME OF AT LEAST 540 HOURS

AT ADVANCED LEVEL

A substantial academic qualification programme which is equivalent to at least 3 A levels (this may be A levels, Level 3 vocational programmes or the International Baccalaureate diploma)

English and Maths are compulsory and will be included in the programme above, where a grade A*-C at GCSE (or 9 - 4 in numerical grades) has not already been achieved. This may be GCSE or, if less than a grade D (3 in numerical grades) has already been achieved, a stepping stone qualification or an ESOL qualification.

Non-qualification activity, including a combination of the following:

  • Core Studies (which is compulsory for all students and monitors students’ progress through college and their progression to their next steps)
  • additional Learning Support and specific subject support
  • careers and university advice and guidance
  • participation in additional activities for those progressing to competitive courses, such as Medicine or Oxbridge
  • participation in purposeful and relevant enrichment activities, including additional courses, clubs, societies, visits and work experience or work-related activities.

AT PRE-ADVANCED LEVEL

A substantial qualification programme which is equivalent to at least 4 GCSEs. This may be GCSES or vocational courses.

English and Maths are compulsory and will be included in the programme above, where a grade A*-C at GCSE (or 9 - 4 in numerical grades) has not already been achieved. This may be GCSE or, if less than a grade D (3 in numerical grades) has already been achieved, a stepping stone qualification or an ESOL qualification.

Non-qualification activity, including a combination of the following:

  • Core Studies (which is compulsory for all students and monitors students’ progress through college and their progression to their next steps)
  • additional Learning Support and specific subject support • careers and further education advice and guidance
  • participation in purposeful and relevant enrichment activities, including additional courses, clubs, societies, visits, work experience and work-related activities

 

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