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We have a wide variety of articles to inform, educate and amuse you as part of your learning journey! Whether you're starting your learning journey or at an advanced stage, we like to think that there's something of interest for everyone in our blog.

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24 Jun '24

Five Essential Books For A-level Biology Students

As an A-level Biology student, having a selection of reliable resources at your fingertips is important. Whether you're revising for exams or simply want to deepen your understanding of key biological concepts, the right books can make all the difference. It goes without saying that online learning is…
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24 Jun '24

Five Essential Books For A-level Biology Students

As an A-level Biology student, having a selection of reliable resources at your fingertips is important. Whether you're revising for exams or simply want to deepen your understanding of key biological concepts, the right books can make all the difference. It goes without saying that online learning is…

Three Books Every A-level Psychology Student Should Have

Three absolute must-have books for those studying or taking a passing interest in psychology.
Reading time: 3 minutes
Careers
17 Jun '24

What is CPD?

A comprehensive breakdown on what CPD is and how you can apply it to your professional life.
Miscellaneous
17 Jun '24

Our Founder Meets with ex-Prime Minister Theresa May 

Exciting times as Oxbridge's founder and Managing Director meets the former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

Top 5 Benefits of Online Learning in the Modern Tech-First World  

Discover why taking a step into the future of education could be perfect for you.
Miscellaneous
17 Jun '24

Nurturing Our Four-Legged Friends in Need 

Oxbridge go above and beyond to seek shelter for neglected, mistreated dogs.

A Comprehensive Break Down: GCSEs and IGCSEs 

Discover the key differences between GCSEs and IGCSEs.
Reading time: 3 minutes
Miscellaneous
17 Jun '24

Do We Become Wiser as We Age?

A look into whether we become wiser as we age, or if this concept is a myth.
Student Advice
17 Jun '24

Why is sustainability important and how is Oxbridge helping to support sustainability?   

Oxbridge are committed to contributing towards a more sustainable, healthier planet.

The Creative Impulse - What Bob Dylan Can Teach Us About Creativity 

Read up on the legend Bob Dylan's prestigious accolade. Find inspiration in one of the greatest minds to grace our planet.
Miscellaneous
17 Jun '24

Oxbridge Extends a Helping Hand: Uniting Communities to Aid Ukraine 

Oxbridge's dedication to helping those in need marries well with their company ethics.
College News
17 Jun '24

Oxbridge Founder and MD Crowned Innovator of The Year at The Technology Supply Chain Awards 

Oxbridge's very own Matt Jones is indeed a shining star, having won the prestigious title of Male Innovator of the Year at The Technology Supply Chain Awards. This victory not only celebrated his individual brilliance, but also highlighted the pivotal role…
College News
17 Jun '24

Oxbridge Leads the Way in Digital Education

Matt Jones’ inspiring presence at the Learning Technologies Conference
Student Advice
17 Jun '24

Avoiding Burnout: Essential Tips to Help You Thrive at Work  

Top tips to help you avoid becoming too stressed and overwhelmed. Stay at your most productive with expert advice.
Reading time: 4 minutes

From Apprentice to Distinction: Jake Layland's Success Story at Oxbridge  

Read all about Jake's adaptability and ascendancy to his new full-time position.

Best A-level subjects for the degree you want to study

When it comes to deciding which A-level subjects you want to study, you also need to consider what you think you’d like to study at university. Whilst entry requirements can be flexible, some degrees do have prerequisites - subjects you are required to have studied before enrolling on the…
Student Advice
11 Jun '24

Which A-levels do universities prefer?

Knowing which A-levels are best for you and the degree you want to study can be difficult. While you have complete freedom over your final choice, you still need to be mindful of certain factors, not least what universities expect from prospective students. Are there some subjects universities…
Student Advice
11 Jun '24

Our three most popular A-level courses – and why our students love them

A-level Biology You’ll open the door to plenty of careers A complex yet fascinating subject, biology is the study of life itself, with all its complexities. Whether you fancy becoming a scientist to help create the next breakthrough vaccine or working with exotic animals in far-flung corners of…
Reading time: 7 minutes

A-level Changes: What you need to know

As of 2024, normal grading arrangements will continue for A-levels. The transition to pre-pandemic grading is now complete. However, over the past few years, both the structure and content of A-level courses have changed. Here is a quick guide to those A-level changes. If you can't find the information…
Reading time: 3 minutes
Student Advice
11 Jun '24

Can I Get into University Without A-levels?

Most people think that studying A-levels is the only route into higher education. Although it is the most popular, A-levels are certainly not the only way to get into University. There are other ways to contribute to your UCAS point score. We explore the topic below... Why should…

Can I Study GCSEs and A-levels Online? Common Questions Answered

If you're thinking of studying for your A-levels or GCSEs online but have a few questions about how it works, then you're in the right place! We know it might seem a bit strange to remotely study something you might have previously done in a classroom, so we've…
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Student Advice
11 Jun '24

What are the easiest A-levels?

A-levels are the traditional pathway to university. They teach you more advanced skills than GCSEs while preparing you for undergraduate degree study. A-Levels are certainly not easy qualifications, although they do vary in difficulty. At A-level, there are various reasons why you might choose to study a…
Careers
11 Jun '24

What careers can I do with A-level Biology?

An A-level Biology online course is the first step towards a career in a range of science and research settings. But did you know you can also use it to kickstart a career in medicine, healthcare, and even sport & fitness? Taking an A-level in biology opens further…
Student Advice
11 Jun '24

Are A-levels harder than university?

Making the jump up to studying A-levels from GCSE is often said to be the hardest in education. But why is that the case? And what can you do to prepare yourself for the transition? Read on to find out! Quality and quantity More focused study…
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