For those in Africa and Europe, wishing to continue with their secondary school education as an adult or young adult; the West Midlands Open College, UK, and the Lukomonah John University, UK, virtual-online distance learning institutions with a human touch, introduces the WMOC GCSEs, and Equivalent Functional skills; Level 1 and 2.


The good news is that the fees are highly affordable and negligible. Just find a group of similar learners and circumstances and we will serve you as a group. You will obtain alternative, most effective private UK based education relevant to you that will put money in your hands.

Not just that; you will be inspired and taught skills that will enable you to migrate from poverty to success. Poverty is multi-faceted; perhaps you are not happy academically or economically, that could mean poverty to you. One human's poverty is another's success. In short, this programme approach will make every applicant get to their next level of success. WMOC, LJU and AYB will help you attain this by giving you tools and STAY IN YOUR LANE. This is how you will win.

GCSE English Language is a dynamic and engaging course which focuses on the skills of reading and writing, with speaking and listening now assessed separately. Students will read a variety of high quality, challenging texts from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries; these will be both fiction and nonfiction texts. As well as showing their comprehension and understanding of texts, students will learn how to produce their own pieces of writing, applying the skills they have learnt.

The mathematics is formed from different components of major exam boards syllabi and the WMOC ones to create an hybrid that will educate the young adults and adults not the main stream education. This mathematics at Level 1 and or Level 2 will bring out the following elements in candidates:

 develop their knowledge and understanding of mathematical concepts and techniques 

 acquire a foundation of mathematical skills for further study in the subject or related areas 

 enjoy using and applying mathematical techniques and concepts, and become confident to use mathematics to solve every day problems, as the process of mathematics creates a mind that can solve simple and complex issues through critical and analytical thinking.

 appreciate the importance of mathematics in society, business and employment and further studies.