Year 13 school pupils who are contemplating a career in art, design or the creative industries are being invited in to Bradford College to investigate their options.
The college is throwing open the doors of its Bradford School of Art and Northern School of Creative Industries on Wednesday November 2 and laying on presentations and taster sessions designed to help students decide what they want to study at university level.
There will be demonstrations of media make-up and special effects, workshops on interior design fashion and textiles, film, graphics and photography.
Attendees will learn about entry requirements, the UCAS application process and will also get the chance to chat to tutors and expert advisors about the huge range of Higher Education courses on offer at Bradford College University Centre.
Visitors will also get the chance to tour the multimillion campus and will receive a complementary lunch in one of our onsite cafeterias.
The event runs between 10am and 3pm and entry is free but places must be booked in advance via the Bradford College website
Studying at Bradford College University Centre will expose you to a diverse mix of people with students coming from different cultures and communities, varying in age, race and religion, guaranteed to enrich your learning experience.
Outstanding facilities include the recently built £50 million David Hockney Building, a new £10 million Advanced Technology Centre, as well as a Restaurant, Salon, spa and much more for you to enjoy.
Bradford College is based in the heart of Bradford city centre- perfectly placed for local transport links and access to the city’s night life and culture.