The International Advanced Levels (IAL) programmes are globally recognised qualifications which open doors to top local and international universities worldwide. It is designed for students who want to apply to the top UK universities like Oxford and Cambridge.
The International Advanced Levels (IALs) programmes are designed for global learners and have been developed in consultation with the international school community, including a large number of teachers and university lecturers. Available in 21 popular subjects, they offer progression from International GCSEs, engaging international learners, and equipping them for progression to university and employment.
The aim of the A’Levels programme is to gain admission into 3- year degree programme in recognised UK universities.
A minimum of 5 credits in relevant subjects inclusive of English Language and Mathematics (not more than 2 sittings) in WAEC, IGCSE, NECO, GCSE, O’ level or other recognised equivalent qualifications.
We have a flexible, rolling admissions policy and welcome applications for students all year round. Ideally, we accept new students on campus for either October or January starts.
HOW TO APPLY
Prospective students can: Apply online at www.btcnigeria.org
Alternatively, applicants can:
Request an application form via email: email@example.com. The application can be completed on the computer, saved and email back to us for processing.
Application fee can be paid online using debit card details or through bank transfer.
COURSE DURATION: Two Years (6 terms) or 18months ( 5 terms)
PROGRESS TO UNIVERSITY
International Advanced Level (IAL) qualifications are widely recognised by universities in the UK and worldwide for entry onto undergraduate degree programmes. In some countries, where university degree programme is four years, students with appropriate A’ levels can be admitted to second year of the four-year degree programme.
All students are required to select three subjects relevant to their intended Degree Course.
Student can choose subjects from 21 popular subjects, including but not limited to Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Business, Economics, Mathematics, Further Mathematics and Pure Mathematics, Psychology, Sociology