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T- Level + A Level

Hey, i am currently doing a T - Level and i am on my first year. I was looking for some unis and the choices are so narrow as most of them require an A in A - Level mathematics, i had 2 questions in mind. Will it matter that much if i will go to a lower university in the ranking table on my future as i want to pursue a master's degree. And the second question is there any known way to undertake only one A - Level and should i try and do it?
Please Help me i don't know what to do
Original post by PrimeOleg
Hey, i am currently doing a T - Level and i am on my first year. I was looking for some unis and the choices are so narrow as most of them require an A in A - Level mathematics, i had 2 questions in mind. Will it matter that much if i will go to a lower university in the ranking table on my future as i want to pursue a master's degree. And the second question is there any known way to undertake only one A - Level and should i try and do it?
Please Help me i don't know what to do

Hi @PrimeOleg! What T-level are you studying and what course do you want to study at uni?
You have just discovered the problem with T Levels - they are designed as vocational, job orientated, qualifications and NOT for Uni entrance. Too many people have been conned by schools about this and are going to discover the reality the hard way.
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Original post by Manchester Metropolitan University
Hi @PrimeOleg! What T-level are you studying and what course do you want to study at uni?

I am currently studying Digital Production Design and Development T - Level, and I am looking to study CS (software engineering in university)
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Original post by McGinger
You have just discovered the problem with T Levels - they are designed as vocational, job orientated, qualifications and NOT for Uni entrance. Too many people have been conned by schools about this and are going to discover the reality the hard way.

Yeah I'm seeing it now realized it by the middle of this year, and hopefully can find a proper solution to my problem which will take me to Uni, so annoying that I've been told one thing and it turns out completely different.
Original post by PrimeOleg
I am currently studying Digital Production Design and Development T - Level, and I am looking to study CS (software engineering in university)

We can consider applicants with T-Level Digital Production Design and Development for entry onto our BSc (Hons) Software Engineering course without having to take an additional A-level in Maths. Our course focuses on building industry-ready graduates through a series of projects and assignments that mimic real-world problems, and we offer placement years and internships to further prepare students for careers after they graduate.

If you're interested in pursuing a Master's degree, most universities will consider a 2:1 or 2:2 for entry onto their courses. Provided that you meet the academic requirements and make a good application, there isn't really a limit on where you can go for postgraduate study.

I hope this helps!
Chloe 🙂
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Original post by Manchester Metropolitan University
We can consider applicants with T-Level Digital Production Design and Development for entry onto our BSc (Hons) Software Engineering course without having to take an additional A-level in Maths. Our course focuses on building industry-ready graduates through a series of projects and assignments that mimic real-world problems, and we offer placement years and internships to further prepare students for careers after they graduate.
If you're interested in pursuing a Master's degree, most universities will consider a 2:1 or 2:2 for entry onto their courses. Provided that you meet the academic requirements and make a good application, there isn't really a limit on where you can go for postgraduate study.
I hope this helps!
Chloe 🙂

Thank you very much that really helped me, I will take a look at your university as it sounds like a solution to my problem. 🙂

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