Further Maths GCE A Level Level 3 at The Manchester College
Further Mathematics is an ideal A-Level for those who wish to continue onto university, as along with the wide range of Maths skills you’ll learn, it also teaches you how to think in a very logical and structured manner. Universities really like this, because it will help you succeed in your degree and in future employment. Run alongside A-Level Mathematics, you’ll be studying core mathematics modules that will help your problem solving abilities in a number of different scenarios. You’ll also explore new topics, including complex numbers and inductive proofs. As well as Statistics modules, you’ll look at the applications of maths through Mechanics and Decision, focusing on real-world situations and understanding how the subject can help with jobs in engineering, computer programming and physics.
You’ll need to have at least five GCSEs at grade C or above, including a minimum of grade A in Maths and a grade C in English to enrol on this A-Level. Due to Government changes to grading systems for GCSES in 16/17, please follow the below link to see specific entry criteria for school leavers School Leaver Entry Requirements
At the end of each module, you will take an exam. Your assessment will be based on three exams in year one, and three exams in year two.
All full-time courses are free to 16-18 year olds who meet funding regulations. For further details please call the Course Enquiry Team on 03333 222 444.
If you’d like to go on to university and study for a degree in subjects such as Engineering and Physics, then this A-Level in Further Maths will give you the essential skills you need. It could also help you on the path to degrees in Accountancy, Finance, Business and Science too. Mathematics forms the basis of a huge number of systems and processes in the world we live in, and there are a huge number of careers that require maths skills. . The diverse sectors you could be working in include medicine, computing, engineering, law, business and banking.
How to apply
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