No need to wait until September
There’s no need to wait until September to enrol on a course at Bradford College. We have a wide range of full and part-time Further and Higher courses starting from 2014.
Study at Bradford College in 2014 and you will benefit from our brand new £50m city centre, state-of-the-art campus, which will be opening its doors to students from September 2014.
Bradford College offers one of the widest choices of career focussed Further Education courses whether you are a school leaver or an adult wanting to return to learn. We offer vocational and academic courses that are packed full with the skills and knowledge required by today’s employers.
So, whether you want to go straight into employment or move on to Higher Education we can help you to find the right pathway. From January 2014 we have full and part-time Further Education courses in Business, Computing, Construction, Early Years, Health & Care, English, ESOL, Hospitality & Travel, Maths and Science.
Our part-time ‘Courses in the Community’ are offered within our main city centre campus or at one of Bradford College’s centres across Bradford and the Wharfedale area. These courses are perfect if you want to learn a new skill or hobby. From Asian Bridal Make-up to Family History, Jewellery Making to Spanish, there’s a huge variety of courses to choose from.
If you are considering enrolling on a Higher Education course then consider Bradford College University Centre. We offer one of the widest ranges of Higher Education (university level) courses in the country outside of the university sector. All our courses are validated by Teesside University and you can choose from many undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses. Courses available from January 2014 include Accountancy, Business, Computing, Early Years, Education, Law, Management, Marketing and Youth & Community Practice.
Bradford College is renowned for its friendly, helpful environment where our staff are committed to helping students succeed. Students are supported throughout their studies and advice and assistance is available on a whole range of issues, such as finance, careers, learning support and childcare.
Students may also be eligible for financial support in the form of loans, grants or bursaries to help with course fees, travel and other study-related costs.