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Cycling

Bradford College has won a Cycle Challenge which pitted staff and students from Universities and Colleges in Leeds, Bradford and Huddersfield to cycle as many miles as they can on two wheels.

Anthony Bravo

Bradford College is delighted to announce the appointment of Anthony Bravo, an inspirational and visionary leader, as CEO of the Bradford College Group.

Somnath Sen

Originally trained as a mechanical engineer, renowned international filmmaker Somnath Sen never dreamt he would carve out a successful career in the film industry, making movies in both Hollywood and Bollywood for almost three decades.

Dhananjay Khore - photography courtesy of Keith Allison

One of Bollywood’s leading animators, Dhananjay Khore, jetted into the UNESCO City of Film to work with students from the Bradford-WWI Film School, an international partnership between Bradford College and Whistling Woods International.

Gold medal winning efforts in the Theatrical, Special Effects, Hair & Media Makeup

Throughout March, over 900 students from 19 different education providers competed against other students from across Yorkshire and Humberside for the right to call themselves their subject area’s Matchfit Skills Champion.

Jake Sharpe - Singer/Songwriter

Attracting the attention of music bosses, Music LecturerRicky Middleton, playing under the pseudonym of Jake Sharpe, looks set to take the industry by storm after his first single ‘Don’t Say a Word’ was signed by music label Universal Records.

Friday, April 11, 2014 - 18:00

Feline generous?  Would fabulous photographic prints brighten your home or make purr-fect presents?

Thursday, May 8, 2014 - 19:00

Don’t miss the book launch and exhibition of original artwork for the delightful children's book by Darren Baker, the acclaimed realist painter who is a Bradford College alumnus and Honorary Fellow

Thursday, May 15, 2014 - 17:30

Next Steps Open Evening Unsure of your next steps? Come to our open evening specifically for young people aged 16 – 18 and their parents.

Thursday, May 22, 2014 - 10:00