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The Business and Technology Education Council (BTEC) is a provider of secondary school leaving qualifications and further education qualifications in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland. Whilst the T in BTEC previously stood for Technical, according to the DFE (2016) it now stands for Technology. BTECs originated in 1984 and were awarded by Edexcel in 1996. Their origins lie in the Business Education Council, formed in 1974 to "rationalize and improve the relevance of sub-degree vocational education". It is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Pearson plc.
BTEC qualifications, especially Level 3, are accepted by many universities (excluding Cambridge, Oxford, and UCL unless combined with other qualifications) when assessing the suitability of applicants for admission, and many such universities base their conditional admissions offers on a student's predicted BTEC grades.[citation needed] Currently, Imperial College London is the only university in Britain not to accept BTECs at all.
A report by the Social Market Foundation in January 2018 found that more than a quarter (26%) of university applicants in England entered HE with at least one BTEC qualification. The research found that BTECs provide a particularly significant route to higher education for specific groups, with almost half of students entering university with a BTEC, alongside large numbers of students in specific regions, including the North West, Yorkshire, and the Humber, North East, and West Midlands. This followed a separate report published by HEPI in 2017 on BTECs and higher education.