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.
New Short Films Explain Specialist Degrees in Bradford
16th August 2022
A new series of short videos released by Bradford College highlight the specialist degrees on offer right here in the city. Each video follows a different student on a professional degree pathway. These include Katie Martin studying BA (Hons) Make-up with Special Effects, Naved Gardezi a BSc (Hons) Top Up Civil Engineering Project Management degree, […]
Labour MP Meets Bradford College Leadership Team
16th August 2022
The Bradford College David Hockney building hosted a recent visit by Naz Shah, Labour Member of Parliament for Bradford West and Shadow Minister for Crime Prevention. The MP met with senior managers, including College CEO Chris Webb, Chair of Governors Cath Orange, and Alina Khan, Bradford College Vice Principal for Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion. Various […]
Specialist Contact Lens Workshop Inspires Next Generation of Opticians
15th August 2022
A group of past and present ophthalmic dispensing students (specialising in the study of the eye) were treated to a unique training workshop at Bradford College. Contact Lens Certificate students were invited to a bespoke event delivered by Ian Sexton from No7 Contact Lenses. The session focussed on specialist lenses called ‘sclerals’ – large-diameter gas […]