We offer GCSE pathways for years 10 and 11. These courses are great stepping stones to help you move on to further study or work. Your local authority needs to approve all applications for EHE young people before we can process them.
Your 14-16-year-old child’s school or academy needs to refer them to the College for a place. We will then work with you to fill out an application form. If your child is registered for Elective Home Education (EHE), you can apply directly to the College.
16 to 18 – School Leavers
If you are wondering what to do after GCSEs, we can help. Our courses are developed to help you reach your full potential. When you talk to us about your future, we’ll talk careers not courses.
Whether you want to become Teaching Assistant, Teacher or Sports Coach we can give you advice on how to approach and impress schools. Come along and utilise our expert guidance.
Apprenticeship Open Day
30th May 2022, 1:00pm - 6:00pm
Join the Apprenticeships Team and local employers who are actively recruiting apprentices. Speak to our team to find out more information about apprenticeships and the opportunities that are available.
Improving Your Career Prospects and Enhancing Your Practice
7th June 2022, 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Join our free webinar to find out about our flexible, part-time Masters Programmes.
Degree Students and Artists Showcase Exceptional Work in Progress!
12th May 2022
A group of Bradford School of Art students are celebrating a new exhibition which showcases a diverse range of their MA degree work. The MA2/AA2A exhibit is a new show exploring the boundaries of contemporary visual arts practice. The exhibition is split between degree work made in response to individual MA projects and pieces produced during on-off lockdowns by […]
A butcher, a baker, and a pasta maker light up Bradford College
9th May 2022
Students from the Bradford area were inspired after two hours of tasting, demonstrations, and competitions at Bradford College. Invited to a special taster day, 120 students from seven local schools enjoyed a “sensational” hospitality showcase in Bradford College’s world-renowned Hospitality and Catering Department. The event was organised by The Chefs’ Forum as part of its […]
New exhibition showcases ‘cultural map of Bradford’ through the eyes of young people
28th April 2022
A new exhibition featuring work by students at the Bradford School of Art opens at City Park this week, bringing to life a ‘cultural map of Bradford’ and showcasing across a range of artforms exactly what ‘culture’ means to young people across the district. ‘Bradford A -Z’ is the culmination of an 18-month project as […]