An undergraduate degree encompassing Business, Computing or ICT will provide a great foundation into a range of themes within the Business and IT industry. Undergraduate courses are likely to cover modules including concepts, principles and theories of complex network technologies, leadership and management.

Students considering applying for an undergraduate degree in Business, Computing or ICT would be advised to select one or more courses from the following:

  • A Level Computer Science
  • A Level Maths
  • A Level Business
  • A Level Economics
  • BTEC ICT
  • BTEC Business

Graduates from Business, Computing or ICT can expect to have a whole range of career pathways open to them including: leadership and management, networking, software design and development, analysts, website design and development, graduate roles in accountancy or business, law or IT consultant.

Universities also look for a range of elements within an application for Business, ICT or Computing such as:

  • A GCSE profile including grade 4's and above in Maths and English (some Universities will also ask for a grade 6/B in Maths)
  • A Level predictions ranging from AAA – CCC, dependent on the University
  • Strong academic reference
  • Work experience with reflective learning
  • Extra-curricular activities that have developed suitable skills and qualities.

The Sixth Form Information Evening will be on:

Wednesday 29 January 2020

Important Forms

Questions or Queries?

Should you have any queries or comments please contact Miss Duncombe (Sixth Form Admissions Officer) by either:

Email: sixthformadmissions@sandwellacademy.com

Or by post:

Sixth Form Admissions Officer,
Sandwell Academy,
Halfords Lane,
West Bromwich,
West Midlands,
B71 4LG.

Please ensure that the correct postage is paid for the size of envelope used.

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