In the Mathematics department here at Cornwall College St Austell, we are very committed to each individual student achieving their potential. We believe that it is an enjoyable and rewarding subject and an excellent support to a wide range of careers. Members of the maths team use a variety of teaching strategies to ensure that the […]
Mathematics is a stimulating and challenging subject which is highly regarded at advanced level. It will equip you with the skills of logical analysis, deduction, problem solving , data handling and modeling that are required in a wide range of careers and both employers and universities are keen to consider you if you have successfully completed a course in A-level Mathematics.
Access courses are designed as a stepping stone to enable motivated, enthusiastic people to progress on to Higher Education. This course has been designed specifically to meet the requirements of universities, who increasingly demand a substantial science and mathematics content in order to enable progression onto an engineering, science or mathematics related degree. There is a […]
You would like to re-train or re-direct your career into Engineering, Science, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Mining Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Marine Engineering, Aeronautic Engineering, Renewable Energy, Mechatronics, Astrophysics, Robotics and many other science related University courses.
Gaining a qualification in English and mathematics can potentially add £2,000 to your salary every year. Research shows that achieving 4, A*- C GCSE grades, including the vital English and mathematics adds £80,000 to a student’s earning over their life time (Department for Education, March 2015). If you haven’t gained a grade 4 or C […]
GCSE Maths and English are probably the most important qualifications you’ll ever take! The course is primarily for students who wish to gain valuable qualifications without having to attend College full time. Did you know that most employers still require you to have achieved a Grade C or above in GCSE Maths and English? Did […]
You dream job or university place require you to have a Grade 5 or above in GCSE Mathematics.