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21 hours per week of laboratory based theory and practical tasks covering all 3 sciences – Biology, Chemistry & Physics and incorporating Maths plus 6 hours of Concord Plus.

Students will explore Science & Math topics in a practical course. The topics covered are varied, and give students theoretical knowledge and practical opportunities in the Sciences all underpinned with Maths.

The maximum class size is 10 and nationalities are mixed as far as is possible.

15 hours per week of laboratory based theory and practical tasks plus 6 hours of integrated learning and 6 hours of Concord Plus. Students will have an introduction to GCSE standard or equivalent content in Science & Maths. The topics covered are varied, and comprise fundamental theoretical topics accompanied by extensive practical work. The content is designed to prepare students for study at secondary level, in line with UK GCSE syllabus.

The four disciplines – Biology, Chemistry, Physics & Maths – will be carefully planned to cover core topics whilst complementing each other, providing students extended learning opportunities throughout their course. It will provide students the opportunity to embed their skills and knowledge in a range of practical activities linking theory to reality.

The maximum class size is 14 and nationalities are mixed as far as is possible.

21 hours per week of: Biology & Chemistry, Biology & Maths, Physics & Maths or Chemistry & Physics plus 6 hours of Concord Plus. Students will study content designed to prepare them for study at A Level standard or equivalent in two subjects of their choice from Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics & Physics. The topics covered are varied, and comprise fundamental theoretical topics accompanied with some practical work in line with UK Advanced Level (A Level) syllabus, typically AQA, OCR or Edexcel.

The syllabus allows our teachers to choose the context and applications to bring their subject to life. Students will have the opportunity to embed their skills and knowledge in a range of practical activities, equipping students with essential practical skills they need for Advanced study.

The maximum class size is 14 and nationalities are mixed as far as is possible.

As a science based course, this programme is taught in English but is not an English course and therefore students will need a minimum English level of B1*.

Students will be asked to complete an online English test before arrival and they will also complete testing at Concord on either 3 July or 24 July.


Dates and Fees

English courses

Future Leader Course

University Preparation Programme (age 16-18)

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