United Kingdom, England

With a record-breaking 170 full and part-time higher education courses, Bradford College in West Yorkshire is home to over 25,000 students. From introductory level through to postgraduate level, from degree-level to those seeking professional qualifications, Bradford is the place. The higher education programs are validated by Teesside University. The program is available in a plethora of disciplines including Catering, and hospitality, law, business, accountancy, computing, construction, engineering, health, pharmacy, social care, and community. The college has been teaching for 185 years and is home to nearly 20,000 students making it one of the biggest colleges across the country.  

Campus Life

Situated close to the city center, the main campus is situated on Great Horton Road close to the city center. The David Hockney Building is part of the main Bradford College campus with about 90 classrooms, a hair and beauty salon, TV studio, lecture rooms, training kitchens, a library, and a multi-faith space. The Trinity Green campus consists go a 1,000 mt-sq hall which is approximately the size of eight badminton courts, sport theory rooms, aerobics and dance studio, a fitness suite, two basketball courts, and three floodlit five-a-side pitches. And lastly, the Yorkshire Craft Centre which is located in Westholme Street. The college has lots of online collections of still and moving images, music, and sound which is resourceful for students in the film and sound resources.  

Noted Alumni

There have been graduates of all kinds and various disciplines that truly shows that Bradford College is versatile and equally dedicated in all its courses. Some of them who eventually got fame are Alice Mahon, Labor Party politician; Richard Eurich, artist and landscape painter; Mich Manning, children’s author; Yvonne McGregor, racing cyclist, and Alex Corina, community activist.