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A Levels

Choose from the widest range of A Levels in East Kent and start your journey at EKC Canterbury Sixth Form.

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What is EKC Canterbury Sixth Form?

At EKC Canterbury Sixth Form, you’ll gain the skills, knowledge, confidence and experience to thrive in your next steps, whether that’s going to university, taking on an apprenticeship or gaining employment.

When you study with us, you can choose from a wide range of A Levels and additional qualifications, designed to help you achieve your ambitions.

Our Sixth Form also offers an unrivalled student experience, outstanding links with employers, and top-quality teaching in our cutting-edge facilities.


Samantha's Experience of Sixth Form

“I chose to study at EKC Canterbury Sixth Form because they were able to offer me the subject combinations that I was most interested in taking.

I was daunted at first as the Sixth Form was new and I did not get to know anybody who had been there before, but my final decision came when I was interviewed, and I could tell how enthusiastic my teachers were about the Sixth Form.

Even though this is a new sixth form, I feel supported and confident with the teaching and the ability of all the teachers. Everyone is so kind and approachable that if you ever need any help you don’t need to be afraid to ask.

I am currently taking 4 A Levels which include, Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Psychology as I have aspirations of applying to medicine which the sixth form has offered support and opportunities.”

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How you apply for a course at EKC Canterbury Sixth Form

Step 1 – Find a subject you’re interested in

Explore our range of A Level courses and find the options that are right for you.

Step 2 – Apply

Apply for EKC Canterbury Sixth Form via our website.

Step 3 – Come to an interview

Come to Sixth Form to be interviewed by our team, who will advise if our courses are right for you, and the best steps towards your future.

Career prospects

Biological Scientists and Biochemists
Annual pay
Annual pay is per year, based on full-time employment and on the South East region.
Role description
Biological scientists and biochemists examine and investigate the morphology, structure, chemistry and physical characteristics of living organisms, including their inter-relationships, environments and diseases.
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We’re part of six community-based colleges

Our mission is to play a leading role for East Kent in developing the economic and social prosperity of the diverse communities we serve.