Aylesbury College A-level Students Celebrate Exam Success

  |  Published: Aug 14th 2015
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Students at Aylesbury College are celebrating after achieving a 97% pass rate in their A level exams.

Students are now preparing for a range of pathways, with many heading to University, starting Higher Education courses at the College, or beginning their careers.

One student who is heading to University after collecting his A-level results is Charlie Girling, who has been accepted into Bournemouth University after completing his Communication and Culture, English Language and Media A-Levels. He said: “I can’t wait to start my Marketing Communications course at Bournemouth University. Studying at Aylesbury College meant I was able to choose particular subjects relevant to my course. My time at Aylesbury College has been fantastic – everyone has been so friendly and the tutors have been extremely supportive.”

Collecting their AS results were Aidan Spinks and Olivia Fitzsimons, who are both progressing onto another year at Aylesbury College to complete their A-levels. Aidan, who is studying A-level English Language, English Literature and Psychology said: “I am delighted I have achieved the grades needed to continue my A-levels at Aylesbury College. The tutors have been particularly helpful, and I am now on track to apply for University next year.”

Principal Karen Mitchell commented: “I would like to congratulate all our students for their hard work and achievement. Everyone at the College is delighted to see so many of our students progressing on to University. I’m delighted with this year’s A-level results and wish these students every success in their futures.”

Aylesbury College offers a wide range of full-time, part-time and online courses in both academic and vocational subjects. For further information about courses at Aylesbury College, visit the website: www.aylesbury.ac.uk or attend weekly drop-in sessions running every Thursday in August between 10am and 2pm.

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