A Level


As a qualification, A-level Electronics will also be very useful for those seeking employment in many science or technology related industries. By studying A-level Electronics you will not only learn about the electronic principles and systems that we encounter in our everyday lives – but also the standards being applied to modern electronics research and development.


80% Exam and 20% Coursework

Duration: 2 Years
Entry requirements:

6 in Sciences and Maths and 4 in English

Exam board: WJEC Eduqas

£40 for course books and PPE

Programme leader:

Jon Lagden

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