Your enrolment journey

Where do you need to go?

If you have applied to the college and have an offer enrolment information will be sent to you through the post telling you where to go and what to bring.


Main enrolment will start Thursday 12th August.

What do you need to bring?


You will need to provide evidence of your all qualifications including your Maths and English exam results. For example, your certificates and proof of qualification e.g. GCSEs or other qualifications will need uploading during your online enrolment. If you are leaving school this year, please have your year 10 and 11 results available.

UK Nationals

Passport/ID Card/Driving Licence/NI Card

Full birth certificate

Non-UK Nationals

Passport/Visa/Residence Permit

Asylum Registration Card, ASPEN Card and NASS Receipt

Spouse/Family Members passport (if you came into the UK on a spouse/family member visa)

Support for Student Finance

If you would like to apply for support with travel, childcare, free meals or any other financial support, please upload evidence of your household income and any benefits your family receives. You can also contact our Student Finance Team.

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Our College Guarantee

If you’re a school leaver aged between 16-18, there is a place guaranteed for you at Bradford College through our guarantee.

This means that everyone of that age group can access one of our courses for school leavers, including A levels, BTECs and apprenticeships. This is true no matter what your background, circumstances or level of achievement before applying to Bradford College.

All you have to do to access your guaranteed place is apply.

Student support

We have dedicated teams ready to support you from application and enrolment through to completing your course. Here are some of the key points of contact and information for students aged 16-18:


With 59 rooms, Doris Birdsall is our main housing for Bradford College students. Living in halls can offer many benefits – not only does it mean that you can easily access the campus, but it’s a great way to meet new friends and grow in a supportive environment away from home.

Click here to learn more about our accommodation.

Career Coach

If you are unsure of what you want to study, use our Career Coach tool to help you discover courses and in-demand careers and educations based on your interests:

English And Maths Matter

English and maths skills are essential for work and everyday life so they play a key role in your study programme at Bradford College.

Learning Support: Social And Emotional Needs

Support for Bradford College students with social and emotional needs: Learning support: Social and emotional needs

Learning Support: Medical Conditions

If you have evidence of a medical condition, we will assess your need at Bradford College:

Learning Support: Physical Disabilities

Support for Bradford College students with physical disabilities:

Stay Safe

Our Safeguarding and Wellbeing Team are committed to ensuring students are safe and protected from harm. This includes, supporting with mental health and wellbeing.

Care Leavers

Care leavers get help and advice from a named support worker throughout their time at Bradford College.

Our resources for students can be found

How to get in touch

Enrolment Helpdesk: 01274 088008 /01274 088088 (Option 6)

Course, application or enrolment information: 01274 088088 or

Exams, results or certificates: 01274 088088 or

To request proof of attendance or information for benefits claims: 01274 088088 or

Students’ Union: 01274 088007 or

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