A Levels

A Level qualifications are recognised by Universities and employers everywhere, these qualifications can lead to higher education (HE) studies at Bradford College or university, further training, study or employment.

At Bradford College we treat our students as adults, offering you a level of freedom and maturity not often found in school or sixth form settings. However, we will still support you every step of the way, whether you want to progress to degree level studies or find a job, we’ll make sure you’re ready for your next steps.

Studying A levels can be a good way of keeping your options open if you’re not sure what career or job you want to do, or a brilliant choice if you want to channel your passions if you know exactly which career you aspire to by focussing on the subjects you need.

You will be taught by high-quality teaching staff, who aim to develop your knowledge, skills and ability to the next level. You will also have access to university visits and career events alongside masterclasses with businesses specialists and industry experts.

A Level Pathways

If you are interested in proceeding with A Levels then then you have 4 different pathways that you can choose from. With each pathway you must choose 3 A Levels. Other combinations are available.

Pathway 1
Health and Care
Pathway 2 
Science and Technology
Pathway 3 
Business and Law
Pathway 4 
Humanities & Social Science 
Biology 
Sociology 
Psychology   
Chemistry
Biology 
Physics (must combine with Maths) 
Maths 
Computer
science (must combine with Maths)
Business
Law
Government and Politics
Maths 
Economics (must combine with Maths)  
Sociology
Psychology 
History
English Lang/Lit   
Nursing
Midwifery
Paramedic Science
Physiotherapy
Speech Therapy
ODP 
Optometry
Pharmacy
Dentistry
Medicine
Biomedical Sciences
Vet Sciences
Computer Science
Engineering
Physics 
Maths
ICT
Business and management
Law
Finance
Accounting 
Social work
Sociology
Psychology
Criminology
Counselling
Peace Studies
Politics

I love that going to college allows me to expand my knowledge in the subjects that interest me, rather than mandatory subjects I had to take at school. I know that what I’m learning at college is for my benefit and the future I want for myself

Daisy Barraclough, A Level student

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