T-Levels (also known as Technical Levels) are completed after GCSEs and are equivalent to 3 A-Levels. They are designed to support students who feel ready for work.
Instant Expert: Watch these short case study videos on Government T-Level website to hear directly from students who are taking their T-Levels.
How do T-Levels work?
T-Levels involve a mixture of classroom learning and ‘on-the-job’ experience. You will spend some of your time in the classroom, and some at a real relevant industry placement.
Begin your search: Explore schools and colleges offering T-Level opportunities in Oxfordshire.
What subjects can I do T-Levels in?
There are lots of subjects that you can take T-Levels in, including:
- Education and Childcare
- Health and Science
- Legal, Finance, and Accounting
You can find a full list of T-Level subjects on the T-Level website.
Good to know: If you need, you will be supported to gain qualifications in Maths and English if didn't get a grade 4 or above at GCSE.
Your T-Levels complete your compulsory years of education. But you can still continue studies. You can get an apprenticeship or go to university.
Instant Expert: Find out how T-Levels can count towards application to higher education.
Students tell us that the real work experience has value in getting them ready for the work place. In this short video from Oxfordshire LEP we hear from a student about their work placement.