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Entry requirements

Our Sixth Form has a minimum entry requirement for all A level and Level 3 courses of 5 standard passes at GCSE (currently grade 4 and above) including Maths and English. Some of our courses have specific GCSE grade requirements so read the Sixth Form@Scarborough UTC booklet carefully to be aware of these. We are committed to helping students succeed in their studies in order for them to gain the university or apprenticeship place that they require. 

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Sixth Form

Technical subjects:

The study of technical subjects is vital in developing the core knowledge, skills and understanding needed by all good engineers and computer scientists. In particular being able to work in practical environments designing, and engineering products and systems, and building networks and writing and testing programmes prepares our students extremely well for successful careers in engineering and cyber.

Core subjects:

Core subjects comprise of a range of A levels. These are designed to offer complementary study alongside our technical courses. Alternatively they can be studied in a suite of up to 4 A levels. Our Sixth Form team will happily discuss the best combinations based on your career plans and potential destinations.

Apply to study in Year 9, 10 or Year 12

Join us in September and #ProgrammeYourFuture for a career in industry with our specialisms in engineering and cyber security.

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About Coast and Vale Learning Trust

The Coast and Vale Learning Trust in Scarborough aims to improve education in the locality through establishing coherent and collaborative practice across schools and other educational institutions in the area.

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