If you are looking to express your creative talents and satisfy your passion for Arts and Media, why not follow in the footsteps of David Hockney and study at Bradford College?
Arts and Media can be one of the most challenging, yet one of the most rewarding industries to work in. One of the best things about pursuing a career in this industry is that you can make a living from your passion, whether it’s in fine art, film and photography, product design or performing in dramas and musical productions.
What should I study?
To help you decide which course is right for you, our progression route guide explains the various levels and qualifications required for your course and how you might wish to progress with your studies.
To find a specific course you’re interested in, click the links below.
Alternatively, if you already know what you want to study you can apply online.
Our facilities provide students with beautiful, inspiring spaces in which to exhibit and perform. The Green House Studio, run in partnership with Hallmark, allows you to rub shoulders with some of the industries finest and be part of creative workshops. Our Media students have TV studios and editing suites to replicate an industry setting. Being placed in Bradford, the world’s first UNESCO City of Film means plenty of opportunities are available to performers, designers and technicians.
Learning at Bradford College will prepare you for an inspirational and innovative future, whether in Higher Education or employment. Let us help turn your career into a masterpiece.
Facilities include inspiring spaces such as the Dye House Gallery, The Green House Studio and an industry-standard TV studio.
|Earning potential per year|
|Video Editor||£18,000 - £45,000+|
|Graphic Designer||£16,000 - £50,000+|
|Stage Manager||£18,000 - £45,000+|
Following the completion of one of our Arts and Media courses, a whole tapestry of degree courses will be available to you. Our own University Centre at Bradford College is home to the Bradford School of Art, a fantastic place to study a degree in the Arts.