Studying at university is very different from studying at school. You spend less time in formal classes, and more time on your own private reading. You are responsible for organising your own life and study pattern, and have more scope for deciding which aspects of your chosen subject you wish to pursue in depth.
Whichever course you choose, university-level work will develop your ability to think critically, to assimilate and analyse new concepts, and to apply your knowledge in new situations. You'll develop skills and learn facts specific to your degree subject, but above all, your university education will give you the intellectual ability to face and adapt to change throughout your life and career. And it will also enable you to take up careers in any number of different areas: many employers are looking only for the trained mind that a degree guarantees, not necessarily about study in a specific subject.
Have a look through this section to see the different courses at Bradford that GCE A Levels and Vocationally-related qualifications lead onto, and the sorts of offers we make. You will also find details about Sandwich courses, how to choose your course, how to apply to University and what happens when you get here.