About A Levels
Most students study three A Levels over two years, although you may be able to study four. You will gain academic knowledge and skills and a broad understanding of the subjects you choose, as well as relevant practical experience and skills.
If you have a career or industry in mind then you can choose the subjects you need; if you are not sure about your future plans, you can choose a range of subjects to keep your options open.
What you can do next
A Levels are an important route onto a range of university-level courses as well as into jobs with great prospects.
Alternatively, you might choose to start an Apprenticeship after your A Levels, either as a route into a career with training, or to earn and learn before progressing onto higher education at college or university.