Leeds Trinity University Partnership
Bradford College is a lead delivery partner for Initial Teaching Training with Leeds Trinity University
About the Partnership
This partnership will enable Bradford College to continue to deliver qualified teacher training qualifications in Bradford.
The ITT partnership agreement is currently being finalised, as such, Bradford College will be open to provisional applications for the 2024-25 academic year via DfE Apply and UCAS and will reserve the right to make any formal offers until the contract is formally in place.
About Leeds Trinity University
Leeds Trinity University is an accredited provider of ITT and life-long career progression for education professionals.
The University is the degree awarding power for a large and collaborative training partnership which delivers the university curriculum across a range of partnership models across the region to meet the needs of all students.
About the McMillan School of Education
ITT at Bradford College is delivered at the Margaret McMillan School of Education.
With over 35 years’ experience the school holds an Ofsted ‘Good’ rating. Courses are delivered by a lecturing team with extensive professional experience, they have all been teachers across various ages and educational establishments.
They stay at the forefront of teaching developments through active research and practice to enrich the learning experience for you. ITT Trainees will be able to access the range of student support and wellbeing services provided by Bradford College.
What this means for our students?
The ITT delivery partnership will provide you with a high-quality educational experience so that you can qualify as a teacher and go on to make a positive impact on the communities in which you will work.
All ITT courses delivered by Bradford College are designed by Leeds Trinity University.
Successful completion leads to the award of a Leeds Trinity University degree and, where Teachers’ Standards are met, a recommendation by Leeds Trinity University for Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). The ITT course fee is set by Leeds Trinity University.
Full details about applying are below:
Studying with us
Apply for Initial Teacher Training courses:
To apply for our Initial Teacher Training PGCE courses you will need to submit your application through the Gov.uk website through the Find and Apply for postgraduate teacher training courses service.
Apply for our Undergraduate Teaching courses:
You can apply for our full-time undergraduate courses through UCAS.
Once you have submitted your application, it is sent to the Leeds Trinity University Admissions Team. Once their team has received your application, they will conduct a check of your application to make sure that you have the correct entry requirements for the course you have applied for.
Your application will then come back to us at Bradford College, where we will arrange your interview and assessment.
All interview documentation will be sent to you by Bradford College, for PGCE applications you will also be notified through the Gov.uk website
If successful at your interview, we will make you an offer to study with us. You will receive a formal offer with guidance on what to do next via DfE Apply (for PGCE) or UCAS (for undergraduate study) as well as in writing from Leeds Trinity University.
Once you have accepted your offer, you are ready to start your journey to teaching with us here at Bradford College.