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Sixth Form Colleges :
Offer a wide range of courses , mostly at Level 3 , these include general qualifications such as A- Levels , BTECs and T-Levels , as well as some Level 2 courses such as GCSE resits in Maths and English and Level 2 BTECs .
Further Education Colleges ( FE Colleges ):
Often larger campus centres offering both young people aged 16 + and adults a range of full-time and part-time courses . Some FE Colleges specialise in specific areas like sport or art .
Apprenticeships :
Give you the opportunity to get skills , experience and qualifications whilst getting paid . If you opt to do an apprenticeship , you will study for qualifications related to a specific job area such as Business Administration , ICT , Accounting , Automotive or Engineering .
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