Latest news: A-Level Results 2012
Students, staff and parents at Abbey College Manchester are celebrating today after another year of outstanding achievement for our A Level students. As in previous years, the 2012 A-Level results achieved by our students were excellent with 34% of all exams taken graded at A* or A, as well as 62% at A* to B, and an overall pass rate of 99%. Our Business BTEC Programme was similarly successful with the majority of students gaining entry onto their first choice university courses.
Abbey College Manchester is an independent college situated in the heart of Manchester city centre.
Most of our 220 students are studying on our A-level, BTEC and GCSE programmes.
We have a proven track record of guiding our students to academic success, enabling them to gain the grades required to move onto the university courses of their choice.
We have been a leading provider of GCSE and A Levels education since 1990 and the college attracts students from the UK, Asia, Africa and beyond.
We have three major faculties within the college - Sciences & Mathematics, Arts & Humanities and Languages & International Studies.
"At the end of my AS level year at Abbey College Manchester I intended to drop one of the subjects, which is what most students do. As all my results were good, I was encouraged to keep doing all 4. It has been really hard work but worth it - I'm so happy".
Sophie Wood from the UK now reading Physics at Imperial College, London.