WHY WE STARTED
We created Absorb because we believe a good education should be supported by cutting edge technology. In this information age, learning should be on your own terms, which is why we ensure that you can study on the go, no matter where you are or how busy life is, with everything you need at your fingertips and expert tutor support to help you make the most of the learning experience. Gaining a new qualification can be a life changing, opening new doors in your career, or even entirely new career paths or access to further education.
The management team at Absorb is made up of experts in the Education industry, as well as technical specialists, meaning Absorb’s core ideology is represented in every decision.
In order to maintain our stringent academic standards, Absorb has an Academic Board to ensure that best practice is always upheld and our learning approaches are always student-centred.
Absorb is supported by some key non -executive directors, who provide guidance in the wider business community and represent our students at the highest levels, making sure we have a voice in education.
Trusted by 1,000’s of students worldwide
Education changes lives! We’ve helped thousands of students get the qualifications and retraining that they wanted allowing them to fulfil their dreams. Education should be available to anyone, anywhere. At Absorb we are passionate about delivering the best solution we can to our students. This passion drives us to seek out the best courses and provide you our users with the best online experience possible.
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Accounts Clerks What they do*: Accounts clerks (also known as finance clerks or bookkeepers) keep financial records and help to prepare accounts in all types of business. What they need: You will find it helpful to have previous experience of office work. Above all, you should feel confident with maths and using computers. Employers may prefer you to […]
Becoming a Teacher Can you teach a subject you didn’t take your degree in? Most teacher-training providers like you to have a minimum of 50% of your degree that is relevant to the subject you wish to teach. You may want to look into studying for a SKE [Subject Knowledge Enhancement] course. SKE courses are available […]
Retake A Levels You can resit any of the A levels sat in summer 2018, whether they were new linear, or old modular ones. If you sat a modular A level this summer you can retake the same modular exam in summer 2019. If you sat a new linear A level, you can resit that too. If […]
What are UCAS Tariff points? UCAS Tariff points translate your qualifications and grades into a numerical value. Many qualifications (but not all) have a UCAS Tariff value, which will vary dependent on the qualification size, and the grade you achieved. How are UCAS Tariff points used? Some universities, colleges, and conservatoires refer to UCAS Tariff […]
What’s the best way to approach clearing? Clearing, which is run by the admissions service Ucas, is the way that universities and colleges fill any places they still have on their degree courses, and allows would-be undergraduates to see which courses still have places remaining. Students can sign into Ucas Track from 08:00 on Thursday 16 August to […]