GCSEs are the gateway to your future!
They are essential to help you move on to study your A Levels, a degree in your preferred subject and ultimately help you land your dream job.
Why study GCSEs?
Most places of employment and providers of Higher Education will ask for a GCSE Grade 4/C in English, maths and science.
If you just missed out on being able to study A Levels, our one year fast-track programme will improve your GCSE grades, allowing you to progress onto A Levels the following year. All we ask is that you're aged 16-18 years old and already have GCSEs at Grade 3/D in the subjects you want to study (must include English and maths).
As a full-time student, you will study a minimum of four GCSEs. Choose from the wide range we offer, and the subjects you can study together will be discussed at your interview.
Applying to study your GCSEs today is the best way of building a brighter tomorrow!
Study Biology, Physics, and Chemistry as three individual GCSEs, or as a combined award and achieve two GCSE grades. NOTE: these courses are for 16-18 year olds only.
You can study GCSEs in Biology, Chemistry, English Language and Maths, as a cluster. Alternatively, you could study just English and/or Maths, contact our Admissions Team to discuss assessment dates and course details
For other subjects, you will need to consider studying either a Pre-Access Course (Level 2, GCSE level) or an Access to Higher Education course (Level 3, A Level level) – find out more about these Access courses.
What should I study?
To help you decide which course is right for you, our progression route guide explains the various levels and qualifications required for your course and how you might wish to progress with your studies.
To find a specific course you're interested in, view the GCSE subjects we offer.
Alternatively, if you already know what you want to study you can apply online.
Re-sit your GCSEs with us
Disappointed with your exam results? You can re-sit them with Bradford College.
It's the perfect option for you if you've just missed out on a C grade and want to go on to A Levels, Higher Education or you need a GCSE pass for your future career.
Applying for courses starting 2019
To study your GCSEs starting September 2019, you should submit an application as soon as possible (even if you have not yet received your confirmed grades).
You can apply at any time throughout the year, however, we recommend you apply as soon as you can because popular courses fill up fast! Try to submit your application between September and the end of March, but don't worry if you miss this timeframe - unlike other schools, sixth forms and colleges we welcome applications throughout the year and up to enrolment in August/September.
Places are filling up fast, so don't delay. Apply now.