T Levels

Study T Levels at Exeter College

Exeter College is one of the first providers in the country to be offering the Government’s new T Level qualifications; a technical-based qualification that is set to revolutionise technical education in the UK.  

As a government-selected ‘early adopter’ of the new qualifications, Exeter College was the first College in Devon where you can study T Levels – see below for our full course listing.

How do I study T Levels?

The qualification follows on from GCSEs and will be the equivalent of three A Levels. T Levels combine classroom theory, practical learning and a three month industry placement to ensure students have the skills to thrive in the world of work. A two year course, T Levels aim to provide the knowledge and experience needed to open the door to highly skilled employment, higher level study or a Higher Apprenticeship.

As well as offering a clear line of sight to industry, T Levels are recognised by UCAS to support applications to study at university, with a starred distinction in a T Level being worth the equivalent of three A*s at A Level.  

What are T Levels like?

T Levels are different to the traditional route of A Levels as they focus on the skill acquisition required to move directly in to industry. Courses consist of around 80% of time spent in the classroom with the remaining 20% spent being on a valuable work placement in a relevant workplace. This differs from an Apprenticeship where around 80% of time is spent with an employer and 20% in the classroom and is more suited to those who feel ready to enter the workforce at age 16 while learning at the same time. 

Which T Levels are available?

From September 2023 we will offer T Levels in the following subjects:






Healthcare, Childcare and Education

Explore and apply for our T Levels via our course search.  

Interested in finding out more about T Levels? Contact our College Advice Team on  01392 400600 or cat@exe-coll.ac.uk.

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