We live in a digital age and there has never been a greater need for jobs in Computer Science, IT and Gaming. If you’re a full-blown techie, why not turn your passion into a career? Computing FE statistic

Technology is constantly evolving so being part of this innovative sector means you’ll keep learning throughout your career and the growing need for Computing & ICT professionals means that many world-wide opportunities could be available to you.

Starting your journey to employment at Bradford College, you’ll be provided with all the practical and technical skills you need to help you specialise in your preferred area. You’ll study in fantastic facilities such as state-of-the-art ICT suites and Games Development workshops, with access to industry standard and high-tech equipment.

As a student, you’ll get the chance to attend interactive events such as The Yorkshire Games Festival and Creative Crunch where you’ll meet the industries’ creative minds to inspire your next big idea. You’ll also have the opportunity to showcase your skills at a number of regional and national competitions including World Skills UK, where previous students have received great recognition.

The course is enjoyable and I am extremely happy with where I am and what I am doing.

BTEC Level 3 IT student

 

Careers

 Earning potential per year
IT Support Technician£16,000 - £35,000
Software Developer£20,000 - £70,000
IT Project Manager£25,000 - £70,000

Higher education

After completion of one of our Computing and IT courses, a variety of options will be open to you. You will have gained a range of practical skills that will enable you to seek out roles in the industry. University Centre Bradford College also has a range of degree courses in Computing and IT should you decide to study in Higher Education.

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.

Or use the Our range of courses grey search box on the left to search for your course. Alternatively, if you know what you want to study you can apply online.

What's next?

Find out what career/progression opportunities are available to you when you study a computing course at Bradford College.