With Wolsey Hall distance education courses you can learn wherever and whenever you want. So you can fit your studies around your other commitments.
At Wolsey Hall, all of our IGCSE and A Level courses are “fast-track” as standard, as our turnaround speed for assignments and feedback is rapid and hassle free with no postal correspondence required. You can decide the timing which works for you, and we offer advice along the way. You are able to complete your course at a pace which suits you, whether that be fast or steady!
You’ll be a more effective person when you’ve completed your course. You’ll have demonstrated a commitment to improving your knowledge and skills. Both should make you more attractive to an existing or prospective employer.
We believe the structured yet flexible nature of our courses is key to our exam result success.
Wolsey Hall Oxford is a registered school of Cambridge Assessment International Education
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You’ll have two key supports during your course:
You’ll need to apply to an exam centre to take your exams. We can’t do this for you, but your Student Progress Manager can advise you on examination arrangements. In the UK the Cambridge and Edexcel exam boards have centres throughout the country. Outside the UK, the British Council is often the exam centre of choice. Or there may be a nearby school which will accept you as an external candidate.
How long a course will take depends on your prior knowledge of a subject, and how quickly you learn. But we suggest that you should allow up to 150 hrs of study for an IGCSE subject and 350 hours for an A Level subject (175 hrs for AS and 175 hrs for AL) + the time to complete your assignments.
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Deja was very helpful. You all have been in different ways. It’s been an interesting and rewarding journey so far with WH. It has far surpassed my expectations of what a correspondence course could deliver. Thank you.