What is the difference between A-level and Foundation?
A-level exams are recognised qualifications for entry to all British universities and to universities worldwide. With an English language requirement of IELTS 5.5, it is a demanding course with a higher degree of difficulty than that of the Foundation course. A-levels are usually taken over two years and students can apply to any university on completion, provided their results meet entry requirements. A-levels are recognised internationally as a qualification. Foundation courses are not recognised by all universities.