The University of Bradford has been educating students for over 50 years. It has an excellent international reputation, wide course provision, world-class facilities and conducts impactful global research. In 2017, the University of Bradford was awarded a Silver in the Teaching Excellence Framework.
Students are taught by academic experts on courses moulded by industry input. This enables graduates to leave with the tools they need for their chosen career.
The campus is within a five-minute walk of the city centre, with on-campus accommodation and the Students’ Union all based within its grounds.
The University of Bradford is a diverse institution that welcomes students from over 130 countries worldwide. International students can feel at home with more than 70 languages spoken within the local area.
The city of Bradford is home to the National Science and Media Museum and is a UNESCO City of Film. It has a vibrant food culture and so much to discover in both the city centre and countryside beyond. Bradford is also close to other major cities, such as Leeds and Manchester.
The University of Bradford’s award-winning virtual experience is available to all prospective students. This tool allows students to visit the campus from the comfort of their own home using the 360° tour of the university’s cutting-edge facilities, including the bioimaging suite, television studio and active research labs.
“My overall experience has been wonderful as I have found many great friends and I have had a lot of fun interacting and meeting new people and finding out so much about them. I have learnt many new things which I never thought I would ever or ever experience. I am thankful to the university for being so generous and kind.”
“The University of Bradford campus provide highly technological equipment. I can make my all of process via one system and it is a great way of record your notes and all of things”.
“So far life at University of Bradford has been great. I have now been offered a place in Medicine at a different university but cannot thank Bradford enough for helping me in my undergraduate degree and allowing me to reach my full potential to get into Medicine”.