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Information, Advice and Guidance

Student Guidance Advisors

Student Guidance Advisors provide impartial, confidential information, advice and guidance to support students in staying on track, achieving their goals and supporting their future progression.

The Advisors offer welfare guidance on a wide array of issues and can signpost you to internal and external agencies to ensure you get the support and advice required to achieve your qualification. They also offer on-course support and careers guidance on Further and Higher Education, employment preparation, interview techniques and CV writing.

Drop-in sessions are available to all students as well as one-to-one interviews on an appointment basis.

Will I Receive Guidance and Support?

At Bradford College we will support you every step of the way from entry level at age 16 right up to degree level. You will have access to every available resource to enhance your learning and help equip you for life beyond your time studying with us.

Other Course Related Costs

You will be responsible for costs incurred whilst studying, including books, stationery, special equipment, examinations, a registration fee, travel, meals and any other course-related activities. Help towards these costs is available for many students.

For guidance on the costs of courses or on eligibility for help with the payment of tuition and examination fees, contact the FE Registry Helpline on 01274 433088

College Application Process

Once our Admissions Team receives your application form, we will arrange an interview for you. A date, time and location for your interview will be sent to you along with details of anything you need to bring with you.

It is possible to arrange a session with a Careers Advisor who can offer guidance and information on courses. When completing your application form, please tick if you would like careers advice and guidance or contact: 01274 433056