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Career-focussed courses

As one of the largest Further Education Colleges and providers of Higher Education outside of the university sector in England, we have the perfect course for you.

Our huge range of full- and part-time, Further and Higher Education career-focussed courses are designed to give you the edge when it comes to employment or career advancement.

It is a national requirement for all students aged 16-18 undertaking an educational programme to continue to study English and/or Mathematics if a GCSE at Grade A*-C has not been attained.

Use the course search to find your specific preference; choosing either 'What you want to study' or at 'What level' or enter 'keywords' - hairdressing, science, management, teaching or plumbing etc.

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Alternatively, the quick-links below provide you with all the details you'll need to know to make your decision.

Further Education

A Levels (AS and A2)

Beauty Therapy & Hairdressing

Bradford School of Art

Business and Enterprise

Catering and Hospitality

Computing and ICT

Construction - Technical and Professional

Construction - Crafts

Distance Learning

Early Years

Entry Pathways




NEW Online Courses

Professional part-time and short courses

Public Services


Sport, Exercise and Fitness

The Northern School of Creative Industries

Travel and Tourism


Higher Education

Bradford School of Art

Beauty Therapy & Hairdressing

Business & Management



Education Studies and Professional Development



Initial Teacher Education


Ophthalmic Dispensing

Public Services

Professional part-time and Short Courses

Social and Community Practice

Sport & Leisure

The Northern School of Creative Industries

Travel & Tourism

Choosing the right course can be a complex business so why not contact our Admission, Careers and Guidance team on 01274 433333 for advice.

As we are passionate about offering fair fees for quality degrees, you will also benefit from tuition fees that are significantly less than what the vast majority of universities are charging.