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How to Apply: University Centre

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This page discusses applying for a Higher Education course at Bradford College, either full-time or part-time.

Full–time Undergraduate

The application process for full-time Higher Education courses begins in September prior to the year you wish to commence your studies.

For any new students looking to commence study at Bradford College from September 2017 onwards, please note your degrees will be validated by the University of Bolton. All regulations and handbooks currently available on these pages are for current students only who are studying for degrees validated by Teesside University or Leeds Beckett University.

What is UCAS?

UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) is a UK based organisation which operates the application process for British universities. The UCAS application process allows you to apply to up to five UK universities or colleges of your choice.

How to apply for a Full–time Undergraduate Course

You will be required to include our UCAS institution code, which is BRC B60. You will also be asked to include the required course code which can be found on our course pages.

Applying for Part-time Undergraduate courses

Many of our part-time undergraduate courses start in September and we are happy to accept your application at any time prior to the course start date. If you want to study part-time you can apply direct to us by contacting Registrar Services. You’ll need to provide details of the subject you wish to study, such as a course code which can be found on our course pages.

Postgraduate Study

For most full and part-time postgraduate courses, you will be required to apply directly to the college. To apply, please contact Registrar Services. 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.

Find out more about studying at Bradford College University Centre

Our open events are a great opportunity to find out more about studying at our University Centre.