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    (Original post by Kodejs13)
    I just got answer from BTMEC College

    http://imgur.com/802czry

    Could you explain me what exactly this mean? Please?
    They said that the cost of the course is around £3022. You will have to pay 20% of this when you go to enrol. This is about £604.40. They want you to go to one of their campuses to enrol (sign up) to their course. You will be able to talk to the teacher about paying for your course and getting help with your money when you go to enrol.
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    (Original post by Amefish)
    They said that the cost of the course is around £3022. You will have to pay 20% of this when you go to enrol. This is about £604.40. They want you to go to one of their campuses to enrol (sign up) to their course. You will be able to talk to the teacher about paying for your course and getting help with your money when you go to enrol.
    What could you tell about this tip?

    There said: A Levels / 16-19

    I think they can admit me to this course

    http://imgur.com/a/7mBrV

    What do you think about that way?
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    They could, you would need to contact them for information about the fees for A Levels. You will need to take two other A Levels as well as Law.
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    (Original post by Amefish)
    They could, you would need to contact them for information about the fees for A Levels. You will need to take two other A Levels as well as Law.
    And you actually think that they could admit me but i need to pay for course
    (A-Level)?? I think that this is a way better news
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    (Original post by Amefish)
    They could, you would need to contact them for information about the fees for A Levels. You will need to take two other A Levels as well as Law.
    So you really think if im older than 18 year old I can still do A-levels but i just need to pay for them? Could you please ask them for me because your englih is much better than mine.
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    (Original post by Kodejs13)
    So you really think if im older than 18 year old I can still do A-levels but i just need to pay for them? Could you please ask them for me because your englih is much better than mine.
    yes I will show you what they say
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    (Original post by Amefish)
    yes I will show you what they say
    Thank you very much
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    (Original post by Kodejs13)
    Thank you very much
    Hi, the college responded and said that they only allow people aged 16-19 to do their A Level course, but you can do their Access to Higher Education course. There might be another college in Birmingham that lets you do A Levels though, if you really want to do them then you will have to check.
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    (Original post by Amefish)
    Hi, the college responded and said that they only allow people aged 16-19 to do their A Level course, but you can do their Access to Higher Education course. There might be another college in Birmingham that lets you do A Levels though, if you really want to do them then you will have to check.
    So at the moment I am 18 year old so maybe I could do A-level but Latvia GCSE is different than UK. I mean In Latvia has 12 years, If you do 9 year in Latvia and if you move to England you have to do 11 year.

    So at the moment I have elementary School education sertificate (year 9)

    Maybe I could move to England in this summer and ask for enroll?

    What does GCSE exactly mean? You will need finish year 11 and then you get GCSE?

    But I'm still not 19 year old so they should admit me
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    What qualifications do you in Latvia? You will have to speak to the college about it
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    (Original post by Amefish)
    What qualifications do you in Latvia? You will have to speak to the college about it
    What Qualifications exactly you mean?

    Subjects or something like that?
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    (Original post by Amefish)
    What qualifications do you in Latvia? You will have to speak to the college about it
    I find this College could this allow me to do A-level?

    http://www.bridgwater.ac.uk/subject....r=1&subject=28

    http://www.bridgwater.ac.uk/course.p...t=28&course=67

    I think that College allow do A-levels Between 16 and 19 year olds
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    (Original post by Kodejs13)
    What Qualifications exactly you mean?

    Subjects or something like that?
    In England we do GCSE, A Levels, Bachelors, etc. What do you do in Latvia? Email the college and ask if you can do A Levels if you are over 19. Send them this:"Hi, I was just wondering if I could study A Levels at your college if I am over 19, and what would the costs be?

    Thanks."


    My college offers older students to study their A Levels, but it's not in Birmingham. Nonetheless, it show that some colleges allow it.
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    (Original post by Amefish)
    In England we do GCSE, A Levels, Bachelors, etc. What do you do in Latvia? Email the college and ask if you can do A Levels if you are over 19. Send them this:"Hi, I was just wondering if I could study A Levels at your college if I am over 19, and what would the costs be?

    Thanks."


    My college offers older students to study their A Levels, but it's not in Birmingham. Nonetheless, it show that some colleges allow it.
    What colege are you studying at?
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    (Original post by Kodejs13)
    What colege are you studying at?
    Vision West Notts, in Mansfield
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    (Original post by Amefish)
    Vision West Notts, in Mansfield
    I just emailed to your college. That college not far from Birgimham only like 65miles.

    But I very hope that wouldn't very expensive to study there
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    (Original post by Kodejs13)
    Do you think that your college meight offer A-level if I'm over 19?
    Yeah they do I think
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    (Original post by Amefish)
    Yeah they do I think
    I just emailed to them

    Thanks for suggestion
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    (Original post by Amefish)
    Yeah they do I think
    Hello again. I got the response from the college what actually suggested me

    http://imgur.com/a/V42mC

    So this mean that actually can admit me to this college?

    If they really do where can i find something about a tutition fees?
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    (Original post by Amefish)
    Hi, the college responded and said that they only allow people aged 16-19 to do their A Level course, but you can do their Access to Higher Education course. There might be another college in Birmingham that lets you do A Levels though, if you really want to do them then you will have to check.
    which college is that?I just turned 19 and i live in west bromwich i really couldn't find colleges where i can do my A-levels can you please suggest me some near west bromwich
 
 
 
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