Welcome to the Get Ready for College website.
On this site you will find all the information you need to know to Get Ready for College. There is plenty to help you prepare from: listening to the principal’s welcome to challenging yourself with one of our study packs.
Catch up with our plans for enrolment too. There is a great video about what happens next and the key dates. The site will be available throughout summer until the time you enrol.
Have a great summer and Get Ready for College!
This course will help develop your analytical skills, financial and numerical acumen, as well as building the knowledge you’ll need to succeed in the working world.
The study of biology enables the development of many transferable skills. This makes the study of biology an asset sought by both university and employers.
Learn all about elements and compounds which are made of atoms, molecules and ions. You will study their composition, structure, properties, behaviour and the changes they undergo during a reaction with other substances.
Businesses that operate in Greater Manchester rely on technology and computers for their everyday working, and with the growth of Manchester it is no surprise that it currently employs 34,000 people.
Greater Manchester is the UK’s second largest creative and digital hub, with strengths in broadcast, media production, animation and gaming.
Everyone needs English skills to progress in their life, but at A Level you will learn more than just the basics. As Manchester is the leading destination for businesses with 105,000 employers, there is no shortfall in the opportunities available to you.
Humanities is one of Manchester’s growth sectors. The subjects will allow you to build on your skills which can be applied to a variety of careers.
With eight big theatres in Greater Manchester, it is no surprise that the city holds some of the best shows in the business. Greater Manchester Arts is set to receive more than £3million of funding from the Performing Arts Network and Development Agency (PANDA), which will create more jobs in the industry with 4% of the population currently employed in arts, entertainment and recreation.
Study motion and forces, electricity, quantum mechanics, simple harmonic motion, field theory and radiation. If you are interested in making the fundamental forces that shape our universe, the underpinnings not only of science but of reality itself.
Social Science is a very interesting area covering theories behind law, sociology, criminology and psychology. Greater Manchester is the second largest legal hub, after London. Social Science is a growth area in Greater Manchester due to the working culture and ambitious lawyers, social workers and clinical psychologists.
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