71 Courses Phased Out in Favor of Wave 4 T Levels

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Over 70 courses are set to be cut by the government in effort to make way for the fourth wave of T Levels. Popular creative media practice and animal management BTECs will be among those to have their funding withdrawn from August 1, 2025, the DfE recently announced. Officials outlined a provisional list of 71 qualifications to be defunded after they were deemed to overlap with wave four T Levels, which are being rolled out in or before August 2024 in five subjects: agriculture and land management; animal care; craft and design; legal; and media, broadcast and production. The government previously confirmed plans to get rid of 134 courses from August 2024 that compete with waves 1 and 2 T Levels, and a further 85 courses that compete with wave 3 will have their funding withdrawn a year later. Click here for more.