How to apply for our degree-level courses

Choosing a university is one of the biggest decisions you'll ever make. We are here to help you on your application journey.

If you have any questions or need any support with making your application, please contact our friendly Admissions Team: email [email protected] or call 01274 433008 (8.30am to 5pm, Monday to Friday).

Full-time undergraduate applications

You must apply direct through the UCAS website once you've decided on your full-time course of choice. Applications can be made from September for the following year of entry. The UCAS application deadline is 15 January, but if you miss the deadline you may still be able to apply in UCAS Extra or through Clearing. 

Visit the UCAS website to apply for a course and see our step-by-step guide to applying via UCAS, below.

Step-by-step guide to applying via UCAS

Choose a course and check entry requirements using our course finder. You can find out more about our University Centre and your chosen course by coming to an Open Event. Read our Frequently Asked Questions before you apply.

 

Apply online for your chosen course via the UCAS website. The UCAS application deadline is 15 January. After the deadline, you’ll need to check the course is still open and you may be able to apply in UCAS Extra or through Clearing. Please contact us for more details. We recommend you take a look at these key dates when applying through UCAS

 

If you’ve applied for a course in the Faculties of Arts and Creative Industries, Education or Social Care and Community Practice, you may be invited to attend an interview before we can make you an offer.

 

We aim to make a decision within two weeks of receiving your application. You can check your application outcome via UCAS Track. Offers can be unconditional if you've already met the entry requirements for your course, or conditional if your offer is reliant on exam results.

 

Once you've received an offer to study at our University Centre for 2018 entry, you may be invited to an Applicant Visit Day so you can find out more. Tour our multi-million pound campus, try out our state-of-the-art facilities for yourself, and find out about student life from our Student Ambassadors.

 

When you’ve received decisions from all the institutions you applied to, you can select your firm and insurance places via UCAS Track. If you haven’t received any offers from your choice of institutions or have declined all your offers, UCAS Extra allows you to add an additional choice to your application, from the end of February to the end of June, before Clearing opens.

 

If you have chosen us as your firm choice and meet the conditions of your offer when your results are published/received, we will confirm your place on the course using UCAS Track. If you don’t meet the conditions of your offer, you might be eligible to use the UCAS Clearing service to apply for courses where there are still vacancies. If you are still looking for a course at our University Centre, call us on 01274 433008 to discuss your options.

 

Current Bradford College students - direct applications

If you are a current Bradford College student (aged 16 to 18) looking to study an undergraduate course with us, you can apply directly with our online application form. Alternatively, you can print out our Higher Education application form. Completed printed applications should be submitted to:

Registrar Services, Bradford College
Room B16
Old Building
Great Horton Road
Bradford
BD7 1AY

  • If you're applying for a course that starts in September 2018, you need to submit your completed direct application form before 1 September 2018. 
  • If you're applying for a course that starts in January 2019, you need to submit your completed direct application form before 1 December 2018. 
  • If you were not born in the UK or EU and wish to study full-time, you should contact us.

Part-time study applications

If you wish to apply for a part-time higher education course with us, you can also apply directly. Apply directly for a higher education course at Bradford College 

Postgraduate study

For most full and part-time postgraduate courses, you need to apply directly to us.

If you want to study a PGCE course you should complete your application through UCAS Teacher Training. You can view and apply for our current vacancies on the UCAS Teacher Training website.

Open Events

Our Open Events are the perfect opportunity to find out more about studying at our University Centre. Explore our state-of-the-art city-centre campus, meet your future tutors and chat with current students to find out what life at our University Centre is like. Register for your place at our next Open Event >>

We’ll also be out on the road in 2018 attending UCAS events across the country to tell you all about University Centre Bradford College.

Frequently asked questions

You must be aged 18 or over on 1 September of that year, to begin our courses.

Find out more about Progression routes and our incentive for current students who progress to Higher Education at Bradford College.

Yes, we offer a range of part-time courses.

We will consider your experience as well as your qualifications. If you have relevant experience in your industry or subject, we may interview you to find out more and to see if you could be accepted onto a course.