At Bradford College our support teams are highly qualified, friendly and approachable, and are here to support and help you during your time with us and keep you safe.
Download this guide to learn about how Student Services work at Bradford College.
Additional Learning Support
The SEND & Additional Learning Support Team supports you to get the best out of your time at Bradford College. Bradford College can provide you with an Additional Support Tutor if you have a learning difficulty, disability, health issue or other support needs. When applying to the college, make sure you fill out the “Support Required” section.
Our qualified Careers Advisers can help you gain up to date information, advice and guidance on a range of career paths and choices and guide you in planning your next steps towards achieving your future career goals.
Fees and Financial Support
Studying at college is a big decision and we understand that you may have questions or concerns surrounding fees and financial support. There is no need to worry, we have lots of support available. Depending on what age you are when you start college, there may be fees associated with your course, but if you are below the age of 19, your course will be free! The college offers a number of learning funds and bursaries which you can apply for once you have been accepted onto your course.
As a student at Bradford College you will have access to our library located on the second floor of the David Hockney Building, which is home to 70,000+ books, 85,000+ e-books and 60,000+ journals. You will also have access to the Technology and Media Desk, located on the same floor, where you can request to loan equipment to help you with your assignments.
Safeguarding and Wellbeing
Safeguarding is about doing everything we can to make sure our students and staff are kept safe. We adhere to the statutory government guidance contained in the government’s Keeping Children Safe in Education document.
We have clear policies and procedures in place which outline how we keep students and staff safe, and handle issues when they arise.
Living in halls is a great way to meet other students and offers a safe, secure and affordable home while you study at Bradford College. Unipol is a student housing charity that runs the accommodation services for students at the college. They can give you advice on renting a private room too, and help you out should you need to move accommodation during the academic year.
All students over 16 can access Union services and are automatically members unless you opt-out. For £12 a year, you can buy a TOTUM card offering savings of between 10% and 42% on things like beauty products, eating out, clothes, supermarkets or travel.
The Students’ Union exists to make the lives of Bradford College students’ better. One of the key ways we work to do this is to make sure your voice is heard on your course.