Study with us, whether you are 14 or 84!

We offer a huge range of courses for all ages, from 16-18 right through to university degrees and part-time courses for adults. We also offer excellent apprenticeships.

You can stay at school and study at College if you're aged 14-16. for a great alternative to traditional schools.

If you don't feel comfortable in a large college environment and need a more supportive approach, take a look at Forster College. We work with learners to address and overcome barriers to engaging with education, training and employment, providing an alternative option for education.

Bradford College offers a fantastic experience for students looking for further education, including our very own Sixth Form. We have a wide range of subjects you can study, and offer support from our Progress Coaches to help you you, with one-to-one and group tutorials and success monitoring.

We welcome over 3,000 Higher Education students each year to degree-level courses and our College environment is more relaxed and intimate than many universities. Our small class sizes allow more opportunity for open discussion, one-to-one learning and support.

Finally, our courses for 19+ students and part-time community courses for adults are for you, if you want to develop skills for employment and career development, gain a professional qualification in your field, open up new areas of employment, or simply learn a new skill for pleasure.

Find the perfect course for you today.

We're ready when you are!

Watch our video to find out more about Bradford College.

Students from Bradford College have been getting a taste of university life.
Fashion student Kiran Zaahira's collection on the catwalk
Fashion stars of the future showcased their creations at the Bradford College Graduate Fashion Show.
Bradford College supported Alzheimer’s Society Cupcake Day
Staff and students at Bradford College got the taste for fundraising by getting involved in Alzheimer’s Society Cupcake Day.
Josh Smith (left) receives his shield and certificate from Joe Lumb
An apprentice bricklayer from Bradford College is set to compete in a national skills contest after being crowned Yorkshire’s best.
Travel and Tourism students from Bradford College on a trip to the Netherlands
Students from Bradford College travelled hundreds of miles to gain some valuable work experience.
Funny Feelings, a play from Suman Hanif, Bradford College graduate
An award-winning Bradford College graduate is preparing for the launch of her first short play.