Results Success for Level 3 Students

This summer, our students have once again achieved a very successful set of results in their Level 3 courses (equivalent to A-levels). Many of these students are confidently progressing to university as their next step with others going on to high-quality apprenticeships and direct employment in their chosen careers.

Congratulations to all of our Level 3 students and we wish them all the best for their future careers.


Rin, who achieved a triple distinction* in their Level 3 Media course, is now progressing to study BA (Hons) Film Production at Arts University Bournemouth.

Sharing how City College really helped them to prepare for university and their career goals, Rin said: “It has been great to be able to focus on one subject and really put all my effort into something I was passionate about. I enjoyed the live assignments as they helped to put what I had learnt into practice and the work experience was really valuable as well. I feel very prepared for university and my future career.”


Isaac is celebrating achieving distinctions in his Level 3 Production Arts course and is now achieving his career goal of working as a Technician at The Point and The Berry Theatre.

He explained that “The facilities here were superb and second to none, I have been lucky enough to work on a wide range of events and shows. My teacher also taught me the key employability skills needed for this industry and was genuinely an expert which has meant I have not only achieved in my course but I have also gone directly into a full-time position.”


Regina came from St Anne’s Catholic School and is now progressing to Solent University, Southampton to study BA (Hons) Education after completing her Level 3 Childcare & Education (Early Years Educator) course.

About her experience, she shared “I always knew I wanted to work with children and help them develop so this course was perfect for me. The teachers really knew what they were talking about and were passionate about sharing their skills and experience which has really helped me to succeed, I feel very confident going on to university.”

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