The T Level in Management and Administration enables you to develop the knowledge, skills and experience needed to thrive in a career in Business.
Find out everything you want to know about T Levels in general here, or for more information about our Business T Level, read on.
Designed by industry leaders, the T Level combines hands-on learning, academic study and a 45-day work experience placement with a local employer.
You will study core units covering a range of topics such as:
Options to Specialise
In addition to the core units, you will be asked to choose an occupation specialism. At Ashford College, you can choose between:
Once you have successfully completed your T Level, there will be a range of progression opportunities available to you. These include, entering skilled employment, starting a higher-level apprenticeship, and going to university.
After studying this T Level, you could progress into a career in:
This programme of study is designed to accelerate progression toward advanced employment, higher study or apprenticeship opportunities if you are clear about your next steps and you have the explicit entry criteria to ensure your success.
Achievement at level 3 will have a positive impact upon your future earning potential and career options but it also unlocks progression to Higher Education and Higher and Degree Apprenticeships. These take you from advanced technician or skilled supervisory roles at Level 3 to management and chartered professional status as you continue your studies to higher levels.
For a Level 3, including all T Level and A Level programmes of study, we require students to have an average point on entry score of 5.0 from their best 6 subjects, ideally including English and Mathematics.
In addition to the general entry criteria for T Levels and A Levels many individual subjects will also require students to have specific GCSE grades in specific subjects, and some will have a specified level of skill requirement as well as specific GCSE grade requirements. Please see the individual information regarding the requirements for each subject course.