Worried about your A levels, feel you might have failed A levels or you will be one of the many people that resit A levels? Maybe you have given up hope for University entry entirely?
Does any one of the following describe you?
- Are you worried you will not get the A Levels you need?
- Confused and worried that clearing won’t be able to save you
- Worried about the debt at the end
- Scared to Retake A-Levels?
- Starting to think there is not point in University
- Seriously thinking that you may have picked courses that do not interest you in the slightest
- Simply not fussed about the time University takes
If any of the above sums you up, then you should read on further. There is a much better way through the Further Education system that most people don’t even know about.
There is another way to get into a University of your choice reagrdless of your A level results.
CSBM is a professional College that can enroll you directly, regardless of your A-Levels whether good or bad, and tailor a course that will get you into the third year of the University of your choice.
We run an 18 month Programme that Universities recognise as the first two years of a degree. This means that if you do not get the results you were looking for you can study with us and find yourself in University at the same rate as those who did make the grade.
Better yet, our course includes work-experience and allows chartered status, meaning you won’t only catch up with your fellow age group, but when you get there, you will have work experience before you even graduate! Even better is that it can save you big money!
So… You Said you could get me in to the University of My Choice.
It is really quite simple. CSBM is linked with hundreds of Universities around the world; our 18month intensive professional course with included work experience is ratified around the world as the equivalent of 2 years in a University. From that point, you can gain direct entry into any number of universities that offer your chosen degree and come out dual qualified.
In summation you can either;
Go to University for 3 years, and come out at completion with every other graduate and compete for that traineeship with:
• An Academic Degree from Uni.
• Debt in excess of £35,000 (Uni Plus Accommodation)
Study at CSBM for 18 months (or two years if you take the option of 6months paid work experience), then enrol in the final year of a university programme and graduate in 2.5 or 3 years with:
• An Academic Degree from Uni.
• A Professional Qualification from an International awarding Body
• 6 Months Work Experience.
• Chartered Status Eligibility
• Debt of £4,500 for first two years, plus a discounted university final year and whatever you have paid for accommodation approx. £15,000
It’s really a no-brainer if you ask me.
Then the Universities you have must be Crap, why have I never heard of this?
Well this is how the system works in Australia, New Zealand and Canada some three of the worlds economic and academic powerhouses. Being that they are quite young countries, their academic institutions are fresh and were built as to grow their nations economies by educating the future generations. The english system is slowly coming on board to these changes and hence we are one of the first Private Institutes to run like this.
To name but a few of the universities that we have on board.
- Oxford Brookes University
- Brunel University
- Liverpool John Moores
- New Buckinghamshire University
- Sheffield Hallam
- Coventry University
- Middlesex University
- Anglia Ruskin University
- Portsmouth University
- University of Gloucestershire
If you want some more information about how we can help you on your way to a better career, fill out your details below and we will be in touch shortly.
CSBM works a lot differently to what you are used to in the UK education system. Have you ever heard of a Professional Qualification? well basically it is a course that is developed by industry rather than by a bunch of academics. A professional qualification, is a qualification that stems from the profession itself and not from research. An example of this, is the accountant. You cannot become an accountant at university – it’s impossible, but we can train you to be an accountant. You see we train people who operate the business end of life and not the research. Don’t get us wrong, research is great and it pushes the envelope, testing, theorizing and speculating this and that gathering evidence to produce something, it harnesses your skills to a good level but what it does not do, is train you to do the job. It does not provide that hands on experience you need to understand the world today.