Fees indicated are based on the current academic year (2019/20) and are subject to change next year.
For students under 19
Our courses & apprenticeships are usually free if you are 18 or under on the 31st of August 2019. Some courses have additional fees for things like materials and travel, which you will need to pay at the start of your course. Depending on your circumstances, you may be eligible for financial support for these costs.
For students aged 19 or over
If you are aged 19 or over you may be required to pay fees. Some courses may be free, depending on your circumstances. Certain Level 3 & 4 courses require you to pay the fee in full or take out an Advanced Learning Loan to pay for your course. Please see our guide to fees for more information.
Students from outside the EU/EEA need to pay the full international fee for their course. Please note, West London College does not offer Tier 4 Visa Sponsorship for students to study in the United Kingdom.
If you are studying in the College on Level 2 or Level 3 course then the daytime GCSE maths is for you. Part time students may join by arrangement with the Head of Faculty.
Topics studied at foundation level are:
- Everyday Mathematics
- Proportion and Variation
- Statistics and Probability
- Geometrical Drawing Mensuration
At higher level, the same mathematics topics are studied further and there are a number of extra topics to be studied. Students on the higher level course will also be required to attend extra workshops.
GCSE Maths grade D Otherwise students will be given an entrance test. You will be required to attend a College interview.
This course is assessed through homework, class test, midterm test, and mock exams. Final assessment is an external exam with Edexcel awarding body.
Successful students may progress to AS Level mathematics or progression onto Level 3 vocational course. GCSE Maths is a requirement for many careers.
GCSE maths is now a mandatory requirement for many Higher Education courses.
Examination entry is dependent on work done throughout the year and the results of tests done in December and April; attendance of 85% is also a requirement for exam entry. The examinations take place in May/June. The exam board is Edexcel and the specification is linear.
The course is studied in dedicated mathematics classrooms. Your mathematics lecturer will guide you through the course each week (2 x 1.5 hrs sessions). Use of PowerPoint presentation, Group Activities, Computer-Aided interact work, etc.