Studying a BTEC
BTEC courses focus on skills-based learning and are designed around themed units. Rather than testing everything together at the end, BTECs are tested throughout the course using assessments based on real-life scenarios. This practical approach allows BTEC learners to develop and apply the knowledge and skills that employers and universities are looking for. And that means there are plenty of opportunities to learn, improve and succeed.
A BTEC is so much more than just a qualification – former BTEC students often say how they continue to apply what they learned on their BTEC course when they progress on to further study, or starting a job, and as they advance throughout their career.
What BTECs can I study?
BTEC courses come in a wide range of levels and subjects; whether you're looking to study Art and Design, Business or Construction, we've got a BTEC that's right for you!
Our BTEC guide has the stories of past BTEC learners and how their BTECs worked for them.
Where can I study a BTEC?
BTECs are available at schools and colleges around the UK. To find where the BTEC you want to study is offered visit Find Courses.