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New A-Level course at Yarmouth college

PUBLISHED: 08:55 02 February 2010 | UPDATED: 16:30 30 June 2010

A NEW package of A-levels is to be launched at Great Yarmouth College in September to open greater opportunities for its students now and when they plan their futures.

A NEW package of A-levels is to be launched at Great Yarmouth College in September to open greater opportunities for its students now and when they plan their futures.

A-levels in subjects in performing and visual arts are to be introduced as complete packages or as “add-ons” alongside vocational courses to help students with their next step to university.

A levels in English, drama and theatre studies, dance, film studies, art, graphics and textiles will start in September.

Students will be able to choose to study a complete package of A levels from either the performing or visual arts or a combination of the two or choose one or two extra A levels alongside their vocational BTEC national diploma in performing arts, music, media, graphic design or any of the other diplomas.

To find out more about the new A levels and all programmes in the new School of Arts and Creative Technologies contact an information centre adviser on 01493 655261.

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