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HIGHER EDUCATION COURSE GUIDE 2019


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Contents

This guide covers everything you need to know about studying at our University Centre, from our range of courses to the facilities we provide. Inside you’ll find out more about all our Higher Education courses starting in 2019 including Access to Higher Education, HNCs, HNDs, Foundation degrees, degrees, postgraduate courses and Masters degrees. For more detailed information on our University Centre and the courses we offer visit bradfordcollege.ac.uk/uc

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Welcome from our Provost

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Our partnerships

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Facts and figures

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Start your journey to employment

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Open events

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Grade II to brand new

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The heart of your University Centre

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Work experience and employment opportunities

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Employers we work with

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Support

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Student resources

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On campus

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Off campus

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On our doorstep

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More than just study

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Accommodation

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Graduation


Our course areas

Access to Higher Education (HE) Applied Sciences

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Business & Accountancy

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Childhood & Youth Studies

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Computing & Games Design

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Construction

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Engineering

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Fashion & Textiles

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Film & Media

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Graphic & Interior Design

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Health & Social Care

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Hospitality & Travel

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Law

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Music & Performance

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Photography & Visual Arts

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Special Effects, Make-up & Production Arts Sport Teaching & Education

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How to apply

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UCAS calendar

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UCAS tariff points

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Financial assistance – fees & funding

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Scholarly Activity and Research Centre

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Course guide information

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A-Z index of courses


Welcome from the Provost

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Welcome from our Provost As the Provost, it is my mission to ensure we deliver a curriculum with education, enterprise and employment in mind. I am proud to say that our University Centre plays a strong role in providing the high level skills that help to fuel the economic development of the Leeds City region. Our professional industry links and excellent graduate employment rates mean that if you choose to study here you can be confident that you will be well-placed to achieve your career aspirations. Bradford is a city with a proud heritage of creativity, innovation and enterprise. Our students enjoy the rich culture and diversity this vibrant city has to offer. I invite you to read our course guide, see the courses we have to offer and hear from our greatest ambassadors; our current students, alumni and lecturers.

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Our partnerships

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Our partnership with the University of Bolton and Pearson

University Centre Bradford College works in partnership with the University of Bolton who validate our Undergraduate degrees, Postgraduate awards and Masters degrees and Pearson who award our Higher National Certificates and Higher National Diplomas. These partnerships allow us to deliver a wide range of courses that are constantly reviewed to reflect the needs of both our students and employers. University Centre Bradford College and the University of Bolton both have strong links with industry that allow us to provide relevant qualifications to prepare you for the workplace. Our courses attract students ranging from those who have just completed A levels to those looking to build on existing qualifications to progress their career.

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INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE WE ARE COMMITTED TO DELIVERING QUALITY DEGREES AND AFFORDABLE FEES


OUR STUDENT POPULATION

YEARS

AROUND 2,000 HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS WELCOMED TO OUR CAMPUS EACH YEAR

185 4% YEARS

INCREASE IN OUR STUDENTS BEING SATISFIED WITH THEIR COURSE, BUCKING THE NATIONAL TREND (NSS 2017)

STUDY A WIDE RANGE OF SUBJECTS ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION (HE) | APPLIED SCIENCES BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTANCY | CHILDHOOD AND YOUTH STUDIES COMPUTING AND GAMES DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION | ENGINEERING

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OF PROVIDING EDUCATION, ENTERPRISE AND EMPLOYMENT

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FASHION AND TEXTILES | FILM AND MEDIA | GRAPHICS AND INTERIORS | HAIR AND BEAUTY MANAGEMENT | HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE | HOSPITALITY AND TRAVEL | LAW | MUSIC AND PERFORMANCE | PHOTOGRAPHY AND VISUAL ARTS PUBLIC SERVICES | SPECIAL EFFECTS, MAKE-UP AND PRODUCTION ARTS | SPORT | TEACHING AND EDUCATION

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SUBJECTS OFFERED AT HIGHER EDUCATION LEVEL

OUR CITY

BRADFORD HAS MORE THAN

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PUBLIC PARKS

BRADFORD WAS VOTED CURRY CAPITAL OF BRITAIN

6 YEARS IN A ROW

5,800 LISTED BUILDINGS IN BRADFORD DISTRICT

BRADFORD IS HOME TO THE NATIONAL SCIENCE AND MEDIA MUSEUM

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Start your journey to employment We offer a diverse learning environment with state-of-theart facilities, giving you professional skills to prepare you for graduate employment.

Facilities

Work Placements

Make the most of our award-winning campus, with modern facilities and resources including:

Our in-house recruitment team, Beacon Recruitment and Placements Services, help hundreds of students into work experience or placements related to their course each year. We can offer support with CV writing, looking for relevant employment, interview techniques and more to help you on your journey to professional employment. See page 16 for more details.

•• art galleries •• arts and creative industry spaces •• media and library services •• media suites •• science labs •• sports and fitness facilities •• workshops and training rooms

Flexible and Professional Study You’ll study with industry experts, who’ll share with you their knowledge and passion for their subjects, inside and outside the classroom. A number of our courses are validated and quality checked by professional bodies, and many of our programmes are designed to fit around you, with part-time and distance learning study options available.

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Support Our support teams offer a huge range of services, including: •• careers guidance •• information and advice services •• learning support •• financial support See pages 16,18 and 98 for more details. You’ll also have access to Bradford College Students’ Union’s facilities, our ‘Student Base’ and Diversity Plus teams. See pages 27 and 28 for more details.


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Open events We look forward to welcoming you to our Open Events on:

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2019

Sat 07 July

Sat 23 Mar

Thu 23 Aug

Sat 06 July

Thu 27 Sept

Thu 22 Aug

Sat 08 Dec

On the day, you’ll be able to: Tour our multi-million pound campus and try out some of our state-of-the-art facilities for yourself.

Get the lowdown on student life from our Student Ambassadors.

Receive information, advice and guidance including details about financial and learning support.

Find out more about our range courses; full- and part-time degrees, postgraduate courses and Higher Level Apprenticeships. Have your questions answered by our tutors, Careers Advisors and support staff.

Apply on the day with help from our friendly Registrar Services teams.

For full details of times and venues and to pre-register visit: bradfordcollege.ac.uk/openevents For other events, such as our Taster Days, HE Experience Days and Applicant Visit Days please see our website for further details. 11


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Grade II to brand new

LISTER BUILDING

ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY CENTRE

Carlton Street, Bradford, BD7 1AY 01274 433333

Randall Well Street, Bradford, BD7 1AL 01274 433333

Graphic and Interior Design Fashion and Textiles Law Film and Media Music and Performance Photography and Visual Arts Café (Costa) The Green House Hallmark Studio The Dye House Gallery Scholarly Activity and Research Centre

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NEW FOR 2018 Many of our HE courses will be delivered in the Advanced Technology Centre - check our website for details.


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THE DAVID HOCKNEY BUILDING

OLD BUILDING

TRINITY GREEN

Great Horton Road, Bradford, BD7 1AY 01274 433333

Great Horton Road, Bradford, BD7 1AY 01274 433333

Easby Road, Bradford, BD7 1QX 01274 433333

Access to Higher Education

Media, Film and Photography

Engineering

Applied Sciences Business and Accountancy

Music and Performance

Childhood and Youth Studies

Photography and Visual Arts

Computing and Games Design Construction

Sport

Special Effects, Make-up and Production Arts Café

Health and Social Care Hospitality and Travel Teaching and Education Cafés and Starbucks Students’ Union

TAKE A TOUR OF OUR CAMPUS AT BRADFORDCOLLEGE.AC.UK

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The heart of your University Centre The University Centre hub is within our Lister Building on our main city centre campus. Lister Building opened its doors in 1911. Here you’ll find a number of facilities where you can study, socialise and explore.

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The gallery was formerly a full working dye house for the teaching of colouration and industrial dyeing processes. This space now hosts exhibitions and events throughout the year which are free of charge and open to both students and the public.

Our Textile Archive is an exciting celebration of the City’s interwoven textile education and industrial heritage. The archive collections form an extensive, unique, multi-disciplinary resource used and valued by students, designers, historians and academics throughout the world.

Dye House Gallery Café Bar

The Green House – where ideas grow

Our café bar based within Lister Building is a great relaxing spot to catch up with friends. You can purchase snacks and light lunches throughout the day and our on-site Costa outlet will fuel you up between lessons.

Bradford School of Art and The Northern School of Creative Industries The Bradford School of Art and The Northern School of Creative Industries provide a worldclass creative environment in which you can experiment freely and where the possibilities are endless. With its roots in the Bradford School of Art dating back over 100 years, we have an outstanding reputation and a long history of providing innovative and creative education. Inspiring and highly-skilled teams of academics, who are practicing artists, are instrumental in shaping our Higher Education students’ talents, helping to generate a new community of creative artists. Our exceptional facilities and resources support our students’ learning, whilst encouraging creativity, experimentation and enterprise, preparing them for a successful career in the creative industries. Our unique and meaningful partnerships with employer links such as Prime Studios, Bradford City of Film, Hallmark Cards and Screen Yorkshire, help support the development of talents. This directly responds to the current creative skills sector shortages in the UK. BRADFORD S C HO O L O F

We’ve partnered with leading greetings card publisher Hallmark to set up the Green House, a creative studio within the Lister Building. The Green House is a unique opportunity for students to learn new skills directly from industry experts, access some of the best creative facilities and expertise in the country, develop knowledge and design expertise through working with experienced Hallmark designers, illustrators and photographers.

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Textile Archive

The heart of your University Centre

Dye House Gallery

School of Law Our small and friendly School of Law provides our Law students with the skills required in the legal and business world. Our School houses classrooms, a lecture theatre and a purpose built moot court room which allows students to take part in simulated court proceedings.

Scholarly Activity and Research Centre Our University Centre’s Scholarly Activity and Research Centre actively encourages staff to engage in scholarly activity. This includes action research, applied research, attendance at conferences and colloquia, conference presentations/workshops, consultancy, curriculum development, exhibitions, higher level qualifications, industrial or commercial secondments, subject updating and writing for publications.

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We provide our students with the relevant knowledge and experience so that, once you complete your course, you can be successful when pursuing a career in your chosen field. Our courses are developed with the help of employers and leading professional bodies so that you gain the knowledge, understanding and skills to take advantage of future opportunities once you have completed your studies.

Beacon Recruitment and Placement Services Our specialist agency, Beacon Recruitment and Placement Services Limited, works with around 200 major local companies to source recruitment and placement opportunities for our students. Our recruitment specialists have a wealth of experience to assist you in securing a successful placement setting. Contact us on 01274 433125 or email: beaconrecruitment@bradfordcollege.ac.uk

School experience If you are applying for a teacher training course, gaining relevant classroom experience beforehand is essential. School experience will help you decide that you are making the right career choice. Reflecting upon your experiences and why you think that you will be a good teacher will be useful in writing your UCAS personal statement and at interview. Once you start on a teacher training course, 16

your previous experience will be really beneficial, providing a foundation on which to build to link pedagogical theory to real-life practice in school. For more information call 01274 433008 email: registrarservices@bradforcollege.ac.uk

Careers guidance Our Careers Guidance team are also on hand to provide professional help in the form of impartial and confidential advice and guidance. You will be able to receive the following from the team: Drop in service: Visit the team at The-One-StopShop on the Ground Floor of the David Hockney Building and find out how they can help you. Events and workshops: Organisation of careers fairs, teaching fairs and workshops, job search, CVs, interviews, career choice and more. Mock interviews: Help with practising and preparing for an upcoming interview. Job search: Providing support with your job search, improving your CV and completing applications. One to one careers guidance interview: You can book an appointment with a Careers Advisor for more in-depth guidance tailored to your needs. Tel: 01274 433043 email: careers@bradfordcollege.ac.uk Visit: bradfordcollege.ac.uk/careers


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We’re proud to work with a huge range of employers to offer you work placements, experience, industry expertise and training opportunities. Many of our University Centre students go on to work for local, regional, national and international employers, following the successful completion of their studies.

Employers we work with

Employers we work with Listed below are just some of the hundreds of employers Bradford College Group currently work with:

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Support Our University Centre provides a range of support services to help you achieve your optimum potential when studying at degree level. We offer dedicated careers and employability support to advise you on how to succeed in meeting your career aspirations and to help you prepare for working life after you graduate. See page 16 for further details. Our Financial Support team can provide advice on how to fund your studies, cover additional costs and the bursaries and grants available to you. See page 98 for further details. The Learning Support team can help facilitate your additional learning and disability support needs. See below for further details.

Additional support Our specialist Disability Services and Additional Learning Support team provides well-qualified advice and guidance to support your disability and/or learning difficulty needs. The team provide support for: •• Additional learning needs •• Autistic spectrum conditions •• Hard of hearing/deaf •• Medical conditions •• Mental health issues •• Physical disabilities •• Social, emotional and behavioural difficulties •• Specific learning difficulties (SpLDs) including Dyslexia •• Visual impairments. We also offer a supported study area where you can work independently or, by arrangement, with a member of our team. The area is equipped with PCs and Macs supported by the latest assistive technology. Our Disability Services and Additional Learning Support teams are happy to talk to you about your individual needs and the wide range of support available – including classroom and learning support and exam support. For more information call our Helpdesk on 01274 433133 or email: als@bradfordcollege.ac.uk

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Student Resources

Our library

LIBRARY SERVICES Find us on the 2nd Floor, David Hockney Building askalibrarian@bradfordcollege.ac.uk or call 01274 433331

As a Bradford College University Centre student, you’ll have access to our state-of-the-art learning facilities.

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Use our dedicated work spaces and computer rooms for independent study

69,000+ BOOKS

Browse our library’s vast collection of educational books, magazines and online resources

9,000 E-BOOKS

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DEDICATED STUDY SPACES

OVER 160

Borrow cameras, computers and tablets from our media lending service

JOURNAL TITLES AVAILABLE

60,000+

Try out trending technologies such as our 3D printers and Go Pros.

E-MAGAZINES

Campus technology

890 PCs AVAILABLE CAMPUS-WIDE, IN DEDICATED STUDY ROOMS AND OPEN SPACES

Creative technology

AV EDITING SUITES WITH APPLE MACS

FILM STUDIO

Borrow equipment for your studies

LAPTOP HIRE

DIGITAL CAMERAS

CAMCORDERS

WEBCAMS

MICS

SPEAKERS

DJ EQUIPMENT

LIGHTING RIGS

3D PRINTING AND SCANNING SERVICES

PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO

AMPS

TECHNOLOGY AND MEDIA SERVICES PRINTERS

WIFI

Find us on the 2nd Floor, David Hockney Building media@bradfordcollege.ac.uk or call 01274 433336.

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On campus Hair and beauty salons SALONS AND SPA Our fully-equipped salons offer a wide range of professional treatments and are open at various times during the week. For further information and appointments telephone 01274 436114 or visit the salons in The David Hockney Building to pick up a treatment price list. THERAPY SALON The modern therapy salon offers an array of services for the mind, body and soul. These include facial treatments, body massage, waxing, manicures and pedicures. Professional Dermalogica products are used so you can be sure you will receive the finest treatments. HAIR SALON From basic modern styling to high fashion cutting and colouring, our hair salons offer a range of services. We use Wella products that are widely used in the professional industry. NAIL SALON You may choose a French or luxury manicure or, for a polished look, you can have your nails transformed with an acrylic or shellac set.

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On campus

Trinity Green campus offers a well-equipped gym and excellent sporting facilities. Whatever you are studying, you will have access to many sports activities such as football, badminton, boxing, dance, cricket, netball, rugby, martial arts, basketball, fitness and exercise. We welcome participants at all levels and have coaches to help you progress in your chosen sport.

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The Grove Restaurant and our café bars If you’re looking to enjoy restaurant quality food at reasonable prices then our very own Grove Restaurant is for you. Situated in the award winning David Hockney Building, menus cater for a variety of tastes and offers healthy options. The venue is recognised for its provision of high quality training and excellent skills development for Hospitality, gaining a AA College Rosette Award, 5* rating for Environment Health and ‘Silver’ accreditation from the Hospitality Guild, the leading industry skills body. If you’re in the mood for coffee, our on-site Starbucks and Costa outlets are a good option between lessons and provide a place to catch up with friends. 21


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Off campus Bradford is Britain’s youngest city, with one of the most diverse and multicultural populations outside London. By studying here, you’ll have the benefits of a small university campus environment, with the vibrancy of the city centre just a few minutes’ walk away.

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Eating and drinking

Less than 10 minutes’ walk from College is Sunbridge Wells, a world of pure imagination, where you’ll find a selection of independent boutique shops amongst cafés, restaurants and bars that bring history to life in a unique underground complex. Bradford’s North Parade, in the City’s Independent Quarter, was voted in the top three city high streets in the country in the 2015 Great British High Street Competition. Within the variety of bars, coffee shops and restaurants you’ll find cocktails, craft beers, authentic street food and a mix of music.

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Film or theatre fan?

Only a 5-10 minute walk from our main campus, The Broadway shopping centre offers over 70 shops and eateries with an individual mix of stores and recognised high street brands, all under one roof. If you sign up to join the Students’ Union (SU) you can use your SU card to take advantage of great discounts and offers saving you £££ in a huge range of stores and restaurants.

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The Alhambra theatre is regarded as the North’s premier touring venue and hosts the best in large scale entertainment from ballet and opera to comedy and musicals. Check out the latest blockbusters at the Leisure Exchange, or soon to open ‘The Light’ cinema complex at The Broadway Bradford. If alternative screenings are more your thing, head down to the Cubby Broccoli cinema at the National Science and Media Museum for a truly immersive cinema experience on the biggest screen in the region. A visit to the IMAX is a must!

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Feeling sporty?

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Curious about culture?

Our superb sporting and fitness facilities are based at the Trinity Green Campus; whether it’s indoor or outdoor, team or individual, beginner or more advanced sports and fitness you are looking for there is a wide range of activities on offer. You can join our gym and get fit, before or after your classes, make use of our Boxing Academy and sign up for a range of enrichment and Students’ Union ‘Give it a Go’ activities.

Something to do that will cost you nothing, nada, zip, zilch, FREE….. You can visit our very own Dye House Gallery located within the Lister Building, pop down to Impressions Gallery in City Park or check out the state-of-the-art National Science and Media Museum practically on our doorstep!

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On our doorstep Cartwright Hall is an art gallery nestled in beautiful Lister Park, a few minutes’ away from University Centre Bradford College. Formerly home to the Lister family, it’s now a free art gallery for everyone to enjoy. Explore Skipton, Harrogate and Ilkley, and the beautiful Yorkshire Dales are close by.

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Visit UNESCO World Heritage Site Saltaire and Salts Mill, home to a world-class collection of David Hockney paintings, boutique shops and quirky cafĂŠs. Take a boat trip on the Leeds-Liverpool Canal and visit the famous Bingley Five Rise Locks.

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More than just study

At Bradford College University Centre, we aim to deliver an experience fulfilling your potential in and out of our classrooms. That’s why we offer an amazing range of activities for you to try out. Whether you want to pursue an existing interest or try something completely new, there’s something for everyone.

Students’ Union

Societies

We are proud to have an independent and active Students’ Union. Higher Education students can access the Union services and you are automatically a member*.

Our Students’ Union also encourages students to form societies, the perfect way to make new friends and socialise with like-minded people. Established societies include: The Networking Society, Football Club and LGBT Society.

As a member, you’ll benefit from a range of activities, societies and volunteering opportunities. For £12 per year, you can purchase an NUS Extra card offering savings of between 10% and 42% on a variety of purchases including beauty products, eating out, fashion, supermarkets and travel.

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If you are interested in joining or starting a society email: s.clubsandsocieties@bradfordcollege.ac.uk

Volunteering

The Students’ Union exists to make the lives of our University Centre students better by ensuring that your voice is heard. Our Students’ Union believes that students should be active partners in their learning and they work closely with teaching teams to make changes that will benefit students.

Whether you have a few hours to spare or much more time to volunteer, there will be something to suit your interests, skills and availability. We offer lots of opportunities for you by developing new skills for your CV, improve your employability and help your community via our links with charities and voluntary organisations across the Bradford area.

*You can opt out of membership of the Students‘ Union without suffering any unfair disadvantage.

If you are interested in volunteering email: suvolunteering@bradfordcollege.ac.uk To become a member, join a society or find out more about volunteering call 01274 433007, or visit the Students’ Union Office located in The David Hockney Building, Ground Floor, Room: G.13 (behind the One-Stop-Shop).

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The Student Base

Sports sessions

The Student Base team offer friendly advice and guidance and put on a number of interesting and thought-provoking workshops, which focus on modern day issues we all face.

Throughout the academic year you can take part in a number of sports sessions which include:

You can take part in as many workshops as you like and recent topics have focussed on antidiscrimination, issues of social media, drugs and alcohol awareness, poverty all around, antisocial behaviour, healthy foods/healthy minds and us. The Student Base is situated in The David Hockney Building.

•• Badminton

•• 5- and 11-a-side Football •• Basketball •• Boxing •• Cricket •• Health and Fitness Club •• Netball •• Tennis

Diversity Plus We are committed to tackling inequality and discrimination and advancing the equality of opportunity for everyone. We promote equality and diversity within our University Centre by organising colourful and interesting activities and events for our students. As a student, you’ll have the opportunity to attend presentations, exhibitions, fundraising activities, performances, fairs, film screenings and much more. We’re proud to celebrate our diversity and we love to involve staff and students in challenging stereotypes, tackling issues like hate crime, bullying and violence, whilst raising the awareness of mental health and well-being, to encourage an inclusive culture. We listen to and educate each other every day. If you would like to get involved or have an idea about an event, please contact our Diversity Plus team on 01274 433143 or email diversityplus@bradfordcollege.ac.uk. Follow us on Twitter @BCdiversityplus.

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•• Touch Rugby*. *All activities are aimed at beginner level

‘Give it a Go’ We don’t just stop at offering sports activities! Our ‘Give it a Go’ activities are FREE for any University Centre student. Our aim is to get you to experiment with new things you’ve never tried before, maybe learn a new skill and socialise with other University Centre students. You can choose from sessions such as Graffiti Workshops, Tattoo Art, DJ Workshops and Scuba Diving, so all you need to do is just Give it a Go!


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Access to HE bradfordcollege.ac.uk/uc Accommodation bradfordcollege.ac.uk/uc

Accommodation Halls of residence Living in halls is a great way to meet other students and offers a secure, affordable home whilst you study at our University Centre. Doris Birdsall Hall is the University Centre’s main accommodation for students. It’s a small friendly development with 59 rooms, located next to the Trinity Green campus and is just five minutes’ walk from the main campus.

£82 PER PERSON PER WEEK*

Including utilities, WiFi and contents insurance *AS AT FEBRUARY 2018

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FACILITIES Each flat has a fully equipped kitchen/living area.

CUPBOARD SPACE

COOKER

FRIDGE/ FREEZER

MICROWAVE

IRONING BOARD

VACUUM CLEANER

WASHER/ DRYER

FLAT SCREEN TV

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A GARDEN

BIKE STORAGE

CCTV

Student Residence Assistants are on site during term time and can assist with repairs and other enquiries.


Homestay accommodation places students with a local family or a person who lives on their own. You will share the home with your host and sometimes with other students.

There are two types of Homestay accommodation; half board and self-catering. HALF-BOARD

SELF-CATERING

Half board tenants are provided with breakfast and dinner Monday to Friday and all meals at weekends.

Self-catering tenants have access to their homestay’s kitchen to prepare and cook their own food.

2017/2018 RENT

2017/2018 RENT

PER WEEK

PER WEEK

£100

£65

Unipol is a student housing charity that runs the accommodation service for University Centre Bradford College and the management of Doris Birdsall Hall. They can also advise you on renting in the private sector, finding a room in a shared house, and help you out should you need to move accommodation during the academic year. APPLYING FOR ACCOMMODATION

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You will be provided with your own room with a bed, study desk and clothes storage space. You will have access to the house bathroom, or may have your own en-suite.

Unipol

Accommodation

Homestay

To apply for accommodation, please contact Accommodation Services using the details below. bradfordcollege.ac.uk/accommodation Tel: 01274 436400 Email: accommodationservices@ bradfordcollege.ac.uk

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Graduation Recognising our students’ outstanding dedication and talent. After you have completed your studies you’ll have the opportunity to celebrate your achievements with your family, friends and fellow classmates at our graduation ceremonies.


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Our courses are offered in a range of subjects reflecting the needs of industry to prepare you for the world of work.

Our course areas

Our course areas Our undergraduate degrees, postgraduate and Masters Awards are validated by the University of Bolton. Higher National Certificates/Higher National Diplomas are awarded by Pearson. Access to Higher Education (HE) Diplomas are validated by ASCENTIS. Access to Higher Education (HE) Applied Sciences Business & Accountancy

Health & Social Care Hospitality & Travel Law Music & Performance

Childhood & Youth Studies

Photography & Visual Arts

Computing & Games Design

Special Effects, Make-up & Production Arts

Construction

Sport

Engineering Fashion & Textiles

Teaching & Education

Film & Media Graphic & Interior Design

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Access to HE Do you want to study at university level but left school without the right qualifications or the grades you needed? Access to Higher Education (HE) is a qualification that will enable you to progress to study at degree level regardless of what you achieved (or didn’t achieve) first time round. There’s no upper age limit and typically Access to HE Diplomas take a year to complete and lead to a Level 3 qualification, after which you can apply for Higher Education study. 34

At Bradford College we offer a diverse range of Access to HE courses which will get you on the right path for your chosen career. During your time with us your learning won’t just be limited to the classroom. You’ll have the opportunity to go on course-related trips and visits and experience lectures from professionals in your chosen career sector. If you’d like to study a Higher Education subject but don’t have the qualifications you need, then an Access to Higher Education course could be for you.

It's an amazing feeling to have tutors that genuinely care and are passionate about me succeeding.

Access to Humanities student Student Experience Survey Beginning of Course September 2017


Did you know?

97% of students would recommend the course to a friend*

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You can study some of our Access to HE courses online

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What our students say

95% of students are enjoying their course* Vilma Kilmaite Access to HE student “Access to HE offers the opportunity for mature students to go back to education and university, which is a dream for me.”

*Student Experience Survey - Beginning of Course September 2017

Advanced learner loans (Access to HE courses only) If you’re over 19 and concerned about the costs of returning to education, you can apply for a Government funded Advanced Learner Loan. This could cover your course fees, so you don’t have to worry about paying up front. See page 98 for more information and details of how to apply.

Junaid Minahas Access to HE student “My tutors have been absolutely brilliant. They have been very supportive and very approachable. Access to HE offers a variety of academic qualifications which helps students when they go on to university. It prepares you well for university life.”

Graduate success Sarmad Ilyas Access to HE Science

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Access to HE

Courses available

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UCAS Code

Entry Requirements

Allied Health Professions

N/A

GCSE English and mathematics at a minimum of Grade C/4 and GCSE Biology at Grade C/4

Art, Design and Media

N/A

GCSE English at a minimum of Grade C/4

Business

N/A

GCSE English and mathematics are preferred although Level 2 equivalents in mathematics will be considered

Computing

N/A

GCSE English and mathematics at a minimum of Grade C/4 although Level 2 equivalents in mathematics will be considered

Education Professions

N/A

A minimum of GCSE English at Grade C/4 or above and discussion to take place at your interview in relation to GCSE mathematics and science

Engineering Science

N/A

GCSE English and mathematics at a minimum of Grade C/4

Health and Social Care Professions

N/A

GCSE English, mathematics and science at a minimum of Grade C/4 (no Level 2 equivalents will be considered for any applications on subjects allied to health). Level 2 equivalents will be considered for those interested in Social Work

HumanitiesÂ

N/A

GCSE English and mathematics are preferred although Level 2 equivalents will be considered. In some cases mathematics is not required

(also available online)

(also available online)

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PartTime


Entry Requirements

Law

N/A

GCSE English and mathematics at a minimum of Grade C/4 although Level 2 equivalents in mathematics will be considered

Nursing and Midwifery

N/A

GCSE English, mathematics and science at a minimum of Grade C/4

Science

N/A

GCSE English and mathematics at a minimum of Grade C/4 and double science at a minimum of Grade C/4

Science

N/A

GCSE English and mathematics at a minimum of Grade C/4 and double science at a minimum of Grade C/4

Science

N/A

GCSE English and mathematics at a minimum of Grade C/4 and double science at a minimum of Grade C/4

Social Science

N/A

A minimum of GCSE English at Grade C/4 or above

(also available online)

(Biology and Chemistry)

(Biology, Chemistry and Physics)

(Mathematics and Physics)

(Psychology/ English/Sociology)

FullTime

PartTime

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UCAS Code

Access to HE

Course Title

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Applied Sciences bradfordcollege.ac.uk/uc

Applied Sciences Applied sciences fuse scientific knowledge to practical applications. Our Applied Sciences courses go back 65 years, when we first began delivering Ophthalmic Dispensing courses. Today, we have links with a range of scientific employers.

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Biological and Chemical Sciences The UK is an international leader in the life sciences, and has a large number of worldleading companies based here, with specialisms in biotech and research and development. Scientific and science-related jobs are widely distributed across the whole of the UK, with significant jobs to be found within virtually every region. (Office for Life Sciences Industrial Strategy, 2017). Our Biological and Chemical Sciences courses open doors to careers in the food, pharmaceutical, brewing, cosmetics, water or agricultural industries, and research roles within the NHS.

You’ll study in our state-of-theart science laboratories and will be able to take advantage of competitive work placement opportunities. Ophthalmic Dispensing Our courses are accredited by the General Optical Council (GOC). The quality of our learning resources, high standards of teaching and learning and the excellent employment rate for successful students have been commended by the Government’s Quality Assurance Agency (QAA). Career opportunities include: dispensing opticians in private practice, large optical companies, hospital eye clinics, prescription houses, and frame and lens manufacture.


BSc (Hons) Ophthalmic Dispensing

UNISTATS, 2017

Employer links BASF Crystec Pharma Kemira Chemicals (UK) Ltd

Rachel achieved a distinction grade in every module of her course and was named the top day-release student in the country by the Association of British Dispensing Opticians. “I was shocked to learn about the national award but very proud of myself.” said Rachel, who combined working at Hepworth and Hall Opticians with studying one day a week at University Centre Bradford College.

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Rachel Millbank

Applied Sciences

Graduate success

96% of students were satisfied with the quality of the course (FdSc Ophthalmic Dispensing).

Earning potential

Christeyns UK Ltd

Biochemist Chemical Engineer Energy Engineer Environmental Consultant Private Practice Optometrist

Stephenson Group NHS

£25,000 - £42,000 £29,000 - £60,000 £20,000 - £80,000 £22,000 - £60,000 £28,000 - £60,000

Statistics from National Careers Service

Courses available Course Title

UCAS Code

Entry Requirements

Certificate

N/A

You need to be a qualified Dispensing Optician and be FBDO and GOC registered

FdSc

N/A

Five GCSEs at a minimum of Grade C/4 including English, mathematics and science and one A level at a minimum of a Grade D, or equivalent. Relevant work experience will also be considered

BSc (Hons)

B503

64 UCAS points. Two A levels at Grade C/4 or above to include one science subject (physics, biology, chemistry or mathematics). Five GCSEs including English, mathematics and science at a minimum of Grade C/4

Contact Lens

Ophthalmic Dispensing

Ophthalmic Dispensing

FullTime

PartTime

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Business & Accountancy bradfordcollege.ac.uk/uc

Business & Accountancy There are approximately 5.7 million private sector businesses in the UK with small to medium size businesses employing over 16.1 million people throughout Britain. Do you have the ambition to progress your career in the world of business? We have a wide range of business and accounting courses available for you to choose from when studying at our University Centre.

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Our courses will give you the best possible opportunity to develop key business management skills as well as interpersonal and communication skills with a vocational focus. Career opportunities in the business sector include: Accountancy, Marketing, Banking, Finance, Business Management, Human Resource Management, Retail Management and Financial Management. Studying at our University Centre will give you the opportunity to learn from our highly qualified tutors who have varied backgrounds across numerous business areas including sales, events and finance. You will also get

inside knowledge by attending guest lectures from successful companies such as Sky.

Tutors were very friendly, took the time to explain course subjects and were very supportive.

Ume Habiba MA International Business Management, BA (Hons) Accountancy


100% of our students said their course challenged them to achieve their best work 93% of our students said the IT resources and facilities provided, supported their learning 95% of our students said they had the right opportunities to work with other students as part of their course

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600,000 workers employed in Accountancy during 2016.

Did you know?

Business & Accountancy

£52 billion contribution to UK GDP by the Accountancy profession.

Unistats 2017 (HND Business and BA (Hons) Business Management)

Oxford Economics Report 2017

Employer links Provident Financial Arris International (formerly Pace PLC) Pitt Wilson Electrical LV Insurance

Earning potential Business Advisor Management Consultant Financial Advisor Business Analyst Business Project Manager

£20,000 - £35,000 £40,000 - £60,000 £30,000 - £50,000 £45,000 - £60,000 £30,000 - £45,000

Statistics from National Careers Service

Graduate success

Turner & Townsend

Abdulla Al-Muqla

Rex Proctor

KPMG Executive BA (Hons) Accountancy

Mid Yorkshire NHS Trust Bradford Royal Infirmary Bradford Chamber of Commerce

“Bradford College gave me the opportunity to develop my skills. I had many stimulating lessons and workshops which I believe gave me an advantage in terms of building my experience, confidence, and most of all, prepared me for working in a Business environment. I thought planning my future would be tough, but with Bradford College it was easy to determine my field and goals to achieve a successful career in Business.” 41


Business & Accountancy

Courses available

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Course Title

UCAS Code

Entry Requirements

AAT Level 4 Diploma in

W641

AAT level 3 Diploma and working in an accountancy role

BA (Hons)

N410

72 UCAS Tariff Points

FdA

TBC

TBC

BA (Hons)

N122

80 UCAS Tariff Points

ILM Level 5 NVQ Diploma

N/A

This course is for new and aspiring middle managers seeking a thorough grounding in their role and responsibilities and offers the opportunity to consolidate and further develop the key skills needed at this level

ILM Higher Level Apprenticeship Level 5

N/A

A Level 3 Leadership and Management qualification, or previous experience, and Level 2 English and mathematics at Grade A*-C/9-4. Alternative qualifications and appropriate experience may be considered

Pearson BTEC Level 5 Diploma in

N/A

You should be employed in a middle management role or have recent middle management experience in a paid or voluntary capacity

Professional Award/ Certificate/Diploma

N/A

The entry requirements for this qualification are flexible. The course is ideal if you are a Team Leader or Manager and want to develop your management skills and professional development, or if you have qualifications and are looking to enter into management

ILM NVQ Level 7 Diploma

N/A

You should be employed in a senior management role or be about to take your first step into senior management.

Accounting

Accountancy

Business Management (subject to validation)

Business ManagementÂ

ManagementÂ

Management and Leadership

Management and Leadership

Management and Leadership

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PartTime

TBC

TBC


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Childhood & Youth Studies bradfordcollege.ac.uk/uc

Childhood & Youth Studies Do you want to make a difference in the lives of children, young people and adults? Do you want to work in various community settings? At the School of Childhood & Youth Studies we offer a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses that will prepare you for working in diverse communities with children, and young people and their families.

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Our programmes will engage you in practice-based learning, with high quality placement experiences, locally, regionally and internationally. You will be supported in your placements by experienced professionals. By studying Early Years Practice or Youth Work and Community Development Practice, you will gain a depth of valuable transferable skills, knowledge and experience that will enable you to gain employment and develop a rewarding career in many varied and diverse settings. You’ll develop best practice and a deep understanding of policies and legislation affecting children, young people and communities in the UK.

This knowledge will help you make informed choices about your chosen career. If you’re already working in the sector and seeking to develop professionally, our MA/Postgraduate Diploma in Youth Work and Community Development will boost your academic expertise.

I am much more confident due to the constant moral support given by my tutors. Aneesa Liaquat BA (Hons) Early Years Practice, 2017


£20,000

Average salary six months after completing the BA (Hons) Youth and Community Development course. UNISTATS, 2017

Local Authorities Independent Providers Numerous Charities

Head of School of Childhood and Youth

Nick graduated from the University of Bradford in 1998 with a DipHE in Youth and Community Development (JNC recognised) and a BA (Hons) in Community Studies. He later went on to achieve diplomas in Social Work and Social Care, before completing his MA in Education in 2012 at the University of Leeds. He is also heavily involved in the charity sector, where he has previously worked as a senior practitioner and remains as an advisor. Nick is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and has a PGCE.

Earning potential Youth and Community Worker Senior Management

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Employer links

Nick Koral

Childhood & Youth Studies

Our staff

£21,000 - £30,000 In excess of £35,000

Statistics from National Careers Service

Courses available Course Title

UCAS Code

Entry Requirements

FdA

X311

The course is primarily designed for experienced early years practitioners with a vocationally relevant Level 3 qualification and GCSE English and mathematics at a minimum of Grade C/4 or acceptable equivalent: IGCSE or the Equivalency Test. Some recognition may be gained from prior experience and learning from non standard entrants

BA (Hons)

L520

80 UCAS Tariff Points

BA (Hons)

L522

80 UCAS Tariff Points

Postgraduate Diploma

N/A

A First Degree in a relevant subject, normally at 2.2 or above

Early Years

Early Years Practice

Youth Work and Community Development

Youth Work and Community Development

FullTime

PartTime

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Computing & Games Design bradfordcollege.ac.uk/uc

Computing & Games Design We live in a digital age and, in one of the fastest growing industries, there has never been a greater need for jobs in Computer Science, IT and Gaming. Technology isn’t going to stop evolving so being part of this innovative sector means you’ll keep learning throughout your career. Plus, the globalisation of the Computing & ICT jobs market means that many more world-wide opportunities could be available to you.

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Our courses are recognised as excellent preparation for a successful career in IT and have been designed to provide you with a broad range of skills to prepare you for work in this fast moving sector. You’ll benefit from industry standard equipment as well learning first-hand what it’s like to work in the industry through employer talks, mentoring and workplace visits.

The tutors on my course were excellent and were there all the time when I needed them.

BTEC HND Diploma in Computing and Systems Development (QCF) student


Did you know? As a student you'll have the chance to be involved in activities at The Yorkshire Games Festival

UNISTATS, 2017 HND COMPUTING

Employer links

The Final Year Project Open Day allows you to showcase your work to industry professionals and local businesses

Eclipse

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Local and national businesses have sponsored substantial prizes for our top student performers

Computing & Games Design

95%

of Computing & Games Design graduates go on to work and/or further study.

(Part of Capita PLC)

Arris International (Formerly Pace PLC)

Earning potential

Sett UK Computer Games Developer Network Engineer Software Developer Web Developer

£19,000 - £70,000 £18,000 - £40,000 £20,000 - £70,000 £20,000 - £50,000

Statistics from National Careers Service

Our students Graduate success Kelvin Charles BSc (Hons) Computer Networks & Systems Support

Rebecca Ashworth BSc (Hons) Computing “I chose to study this degree because of all the technical and hands-on elements. The tutors were absolutely fantastic, very knowledgeable and they were always there to support you.”

“My course at Bradford College has equipped me with the real-world skills required for many computer network positions in today’s world. I can now apply for jobs all around the world and I can use the technical skills acquired to attain more professional certifications.”

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Computing & Games Design

Courses available

bradfordcollege.ac.uk/uc

Course Title

UCAS Code

Entry Requirements

BSc (Hons)

I120

72 UCAS Tariff Points

BSc (Hons)

I2K4

Successful completion of HND Computing or an equivalent Level 5 qualification

Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate in

I05G

48 UCAS Tariff Points

Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in

104G

48 UCAS Tariff Points

Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in

I600

48 UCAS Tariff Points

Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in

I601

48 UCAS Tariff Points

Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in

I602

48 UCAS Tariff Points

Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in

I603

48 UCAS Tariff Points

Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in

I604

48 UCAS Tariff Points

Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in

I605

48 UCAS Tariff Points

Computer Networks and Systems Support

Computing

Computing

Computing

Computing (Applications Development)

Computing (Data Analytics)

Computing (Intelligent Systems)

Computing (Network Engineering)

Computing (Security)

Computing (Software Engineering)

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FullTime

PartTime


UCAS Code

Entry Requirements

BSc (Hons)

I110

72 UCAS Tariff Points

BSc (Hons)

GG4P

72 UCAS Tariff Points

Computing and Information Systems

Games and Digital Media

FullTime

PartTime

Computing & Games Design

Course Title

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Construction bradfordcollege.ac.uk/uc

Construction Our Construction courses provide specialist and practical skills with management and organisational abilities. As a student you will take part in unique events and projects, benefiting from the support of experienced and professional tutors using new equipment and the latest technology to enhance your learning. The UK construction industry is currently worth over £100 billion* to the British economy and is growing rapidly once again; investment 50

is booming across all sectors, predominantly seen in commercial, residential, and infrastructure growth. Career opportunities exist at many levels in the construction sector and highly specialist positions regularly command high salaries and offer excellent career progression. Full-time BSc (Hons) Construction Management students are expected to join the Chartered Institute of Building Engineers as student members.

Career opportunities include: •• Architect •• Civil Engineer •• Contracts Engineer/ Manager •• Construction Contracts Manager •• Construction Operative •• Construction Site Manger •• Logistics/Plant Manager •• Quantity Surveyor •• Senior Chartered Engineer •• Structural Engineer •• Surveyor.

*www.placenorthwest.co.uk/ resources/the-bigproblem-in-construction/


Did you know? Women make up around 14% of construction professionals goconstruct.org

2.9 million people are employed in the Construction industry www.gov.uk

Employer links BAM Construction Turner and Townsend

Employment in construction firms grew by 55,831 in 2015

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www.gov.uk

Construction

Construction contributes nearly £90 billion to the UK economy, 6.7% of the total.

Office for National Statistics, October 2017

Earning potential

Mitton Mechanical Services Limited

Construction Contracts Manager

£25,000 - £57,000

Construction Operative

£15,000 - £29,000

HB Projects Limited

Construction Manager/Site Manager £27,000 - £70,000 Statistics from National Careers Service

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Construction

Courses available

bradfordcollege.ac.uk/uc

Course Title

UCAS Code

Entry Requirements

BSc (Hons)

H200

GCSE English and mathematics at a minimum of Grade C/4. A HND or Foundation degree in Construction and the Built Environment (Civil Engineering)

Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate in

N/A

A BTEC Level 3 qualification in Construction and the Built Environment, an A level profile which demonstrates strong performance in a relevant subject or other related Level 3 qualifications or related work experience

Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in

H3W2

You must be working in the construction industries

Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate in

N/A

A BTEC Level 3 qualification in Construction and the Built Environment, an A level profile which demonstrates strong performance in a relevant subject or other related Level 3 qualifications or related work experience

Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in

K201

You must be working in the construction industries

Level 5 NVQ Diploma in

TBC

TBC

K220

Successful completion of a relevant Foundation degree or HND

Civil Engineering Project Management

Construction and the Built Environment (Civil Engineering)

Construction and the Built Environment (Civil Engineering)

Construction and the Built Environment (Construction)

Construction and the Built Environment Construction (Management)

Construction Management (Sustainability)

(subject to validation) BSc (Hons)

Construction Management

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PartTime


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Engineering bradfordcollege.ac.uk/uc

Engineering Engineering graduates make up about 25% of this country’s production as a workforce*. Having an engineeringbased education allows you to experience various technical subjects and skill sets, developing skills that are transferable to most industries such as problem solving, decision making, innovation, project management, team working and communication With roles available in almost every industry, engineers have a huge range of career opportunities open to them. 54

Our courses lead directly to employment. Students do go on to further study on completion of the HND but, at present, we do not offer this although there are plans for us to offer a top-up degree in the future. Career opportunities include: Engineer, Metallurgist, Electronics Engineer and Auto CAD Designer. Salaries vary greatly depending on your qualifications and the level of responsibility required by the role. Career opportunities exist at many levels in the Engineering sector. The industry is currently experiencing skills gaps and there is a wealth of opportunity available for men and women who gain skills in these areas.**

Our Engineering courses are offered in modern workshops in our eco-friendly Trinity Green campus and you’ll benefit from strong employer links with companies such as Yorkshire Water, Carnaud Metal Box, JCB and Northern Powergrid.

Engineering turnover is 24.9% of all UK turnover. Royal Academy of Engineering

*www.thecompleteuniversity guide.co.uk **www.theiet.org


Engineering

Did you know? 265,000 skilled entrants are required annually to meet the demand for engineering enterprises through to 2024 Engineering UK, 2017

The number of engineering companies in the UK grew by 5.6% to 608,920

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What our students say

Engineering UK, 2016 Chelsea Back HND Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) “When I was looking for courses, it was one of the few places that offered the course I wanted to do – and it’s right on my doorstep, so it was an easy commute.”

Earning potential Engineering Maintenance Technician Electrical Engineer Electrical Engineering Technician Mechanical Engineer

£18,000 - £40,000 £21,000 - £45,000 £20,000 - £38,000 £22,000 - £55,000

Statistics from National Careers Service

Courses available Course Title

UCAS Code

Entry Requirements

Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate in

H600

32 UCAS tariff points with a minimum of three GCSEs at Grade C/4 or above

Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in

H620

32 UCAS tariff points with a minimum of three GCSEs at Grade C/4 or above

Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate in

H300

32 UCAS tariff points with a minimum of three GCSEs at Grade C/4 or above

Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in

011H

32 UCAS tariff points with a minimum of three GCSEs at Grade C/4 or above

Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering)

Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering)

Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) 

Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)

FullTime

PartTime

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Iqra Shafiq BA (Hons) Fashion

Fashion & Textiles bradfordcollege.ac.uk/soa

Fashion & Textiles

See page 15 for more information about the Bradford School of Art.

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Fashion

Textiles

You’ll focus on exploring your personal style awareness and developing independent thinking and creativity. We’ll prepare you for the ever-changing interdisciplinary nature of the wider fashion design industry.

From fashion and accessories to home furnishings and giftware, designers for textiles and surface design create the material world we live in.

You’ll learn contemporary fashion design techniques, commercial and creative pattern cutting and study artisan skills for craft and technical applications. You’ll engage with the entire fashion process, from the formation and expression of your initial ideas through to your graduate collection.

You’ll have access to a range of facilities, from traditional floor looms to modern digital textile printers, giving you a hands-on experience unique to a college environment. Our staff have expertise in surface pattern design and constructed textiles, including printed and embroidered textiles, woven and knitted textiles, and experimental material surfaces.


Did you know?

According to a report the UK textiles industry is worth £9bn to the economy and is growing*

Kate Whitehead BA (Hons) Contemporary Surface Design and Textiles “While studying here I achieved awards from the Clothworkers’ Foundation Award, The Holland and Sherry Award and an embroidery sponsorship from Madeira. I frequently think about my time at Bradford and am forever thankful for the incredible platform it gave me for my creative practice.”

Employment in the design and fashion sector has risen by 29.6**

bradfordcollege.ac.uk/soa

Our Bradford Textile Archive houses an extensive archive of textiles from the past 150 years

Fashion & Textiles

What our students say

* New Economy Manchester **The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport 2011-15

Earning potential Fashion Designer Retail Merchandiser Visual Merchandiser Textiles Production Manager Garment Technologist Textile Dyeing Technician Textile Designer

£20,000 - £80,000 £16,000 - £60,000 £12,000 - £55,000 £22,000 - £65,000 £16,000 - £30,000 £17,000 - £35,000 £15,000 - £40,000

Statistics from National Careers Service

Graduate success Jade Hannam Neil Bedford BA (Hons) Fashion “During my time here, I was given great industry opportunities and encouraged to participate in different events and challenges. My designs were highly commended by Marks & Spencer at the Student Designer Awards.”

BA (Hons) Fashion

“I am currently working for River Island as the designer for smart and casual shirts. I go from presenting design meetings to the brand director, to digging around in Delhi for amazing shirt fabrics. My assistant and I design a collection of over 120 shirts every three months. My present role requires me to travel to lots of different countries; India, Hong Kong, Bangladesh and Turkey, picking and also designing fabrics for the collection.” 57


Fashion & Textiles

Courses available

bradfordcollege.ac.uk/soa

Course Title

UCAS Code

Entry Requirements

Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate in

W2W6

80 UCAS Tariff Points

BA (Hons)

W232

80 UCAS Tariff Points

BA (Hons)

W233

80 UCAS Tariff Points

FdA

TBC

TBC

FullTime

PartTime

Art and Design (Fashion and Textiles)

Fashion

Textiles and Surface DesignÂ

Textiles Practice

(subject to validation)

Did you know? Zubaida Yasin BA (Hons) Textiles and Surface Design

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Based in the Lister Building, a former textile mill, our historic location is home to a fusion of traditional crafts and cutting-edge technology


Fashion & Textiles bradfordcollege.ac.uk/soa Jade Hannam BA (Hons) Fashion

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Film & Media bradfordcollege.ac.uk/nsoci

Film & Media With UK employment growing at four times the rate of the UK workforce and almost two million now employed in creative roles, there has never been a better time to pursue a career in these industries.

See page 15 for more information about the Northern School of Creative Industries.

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By studying Media or Film at The Northern School of Creative Industries, you'll be taught by tutors with relevant professional industry experience. You'll benefit from residential media enrichment trips. Previous projects have included film making trips to San Sebastian, documentary making in Bosnia, film competitions in various UK locations and cultural visits to cities such as Berlin and Bydgoszcz.

Creative Media The Creative Media course is designed to replicate the freelance and multiplatform skills demanded by the modern creative media industry. Through creative briefs you'll advance your skill set in production for film, TV and radio. You'll have the opportunity to team up with local broadcasters and for your work to be shown at the National Science and Media Museum. Film Studying Film, through project-based learning and wider collaborations, you'll have the opportunity to develop as a creative and flexible film-maker. You'll learn the technical processes and theoretical understanding of film practice to develop your skills in production, direction, editing and storytelling.


UNISTATS, 2017

Bradford is the world's first UNESCO City of Film

of our Creative Media Production students have gone on to work and/or study within six months of completing their studies. UNISTATS, 2017

Yorkshire & Humber’s film and TV industries grew by 40 per cent in the last year, outperforming these industries in all other UK regions

Our outstanding facilities include our three camera TV studios and Film studios

bradfordcollege.ac.uk/nsoci

100%

of our Creative Media Production students are satisfied with the quality of their course.

100%

Film & Media

Did you know?

Earning potential Live Sound Engineer

£25,000 - £40,000

Studio Sound Engineer

£15,000 - £40,000

TV or Film Sound Technician

£16,000 - £35,000

Video Editor

£18,000 - £45,000 Statistics from National Careers Service

Our graduates

Our partnerships

Cameron Davidson

Our partnerships with Screen Yorkshire, Rollem’ Productions and Prime Studios gives our students the chance to gain valuable industry experience.

HND Creative Media Production

After completing his first year, Cameron worked with the British Youth Film Academy. He later undertook work experience for the BBC in Leeds. Impressed by Cameron, the BBC offered him casual work. While studying with us, Cameron attended our annual filmmaking trips to Malham and to the Berlin Film Festival. After graduating, Cameron subsequently joined us on a trip to Spain to act as a mentor to the current students. He currently works for BBC Wales as the Multi-Skilled Operator for News and Current Affairs.

ITV drama ‘Girlfriends’ and the BBC’s ‘Gunpowder’ were partly filmed on campus.

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Film & Media

Courses available

bradfordcollege.ac.uk/nsoci

Course Title

UCAS Code

Entry Requirements

FullTime

PartTime

Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate in

W612

80 UCAS Tariff Points

TBC

TBC

W612

80 UCAS Tariff Points

TBC

TBC

P313

80 UCAS Tariff Points

Creative Media Production (Film & Television) (subject to validation)

Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in

Creative Media Production (Film & Television) (subject to validation) BA (Hons)

Film

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Graphic & Interior Design bradfordcollege.ac.uk/soa

Graphic & Interior Design Graphic Design and Illustration We’ll equip you with the tools you’ll need to develop as a creative practitioner by delivering a broad-based education in graphic design, illustration and digital media.

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You’ll gain an understanding of the different cultural, historical and commercial contexts within which industry professionals operate. You can choose from all aspects of graphic design, illustration and digital media, including print, animation, web design, traditional printmaking, letterpress, digital photography and drawing.

Interior Design If you’re enthusiastic, creative and passionate for Interior Design, we’re here to help you realise your ambitions. By studying Interior Design, you’ll learn how to manipulate the space of commercial venues; design restaurants, hotels, museums and retail spaces, interiors for new buildings and existing spaces. You'll investigate thought provoking themes and explore the impact of environmental issues, ethical production and sustainability. Graduate career opportunities include domestic interior design to commercial projects and events planning.


Did you know? In 2015, 60% of jobs in the creative industry were filled by people with at least a degree or degree-level equivalent*

Employer links

Jobs in interior design are available in most parts of the UK. Most specialist consultancies are in London and the South East**

BBC David Craig Design Consultancy Dean Clough Galleries Impressions Gallery PDS Design & Build Rance Booth Smith Architects RIBA North XKX Projects Limited

*The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport **Prospects.ac.uk

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Evernote, US Fantastic Media, Leeds FoxDuo, Bradford Hallmark Cards, Bradford Swatch, Switzerland The Art Rooms, Saltaire.

Graphic & Interior Design

Graduate Destinations.

Earning potential Visual Merchandiser Illustrator Graphic Designer Conference and Exhibition Manager Interior Designer

£12,000 - £55,000 £14,000 - £40,000 £16,000 - £50,000 £17,000 - £80,000 £18,000 - £45,000

Statistics from National Careers Service

Graduate success Seojung Hwang The Green House. We’ve partnered with leading greetings card publisher Hallmark to set up the Green House, a creative studio on campus. You can learn from experienced Hallmark designers, illustrators and photographers. Hallmark has been around for over 100 years, designing and making cards for all ages and tastes.

BA (Hons) Interior Design

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Courses available Course Title

UCAS Code

Entry Requirements

BA (Hons)

W2G4

80 UCAS Tariff Points

BA (Hons)

W250

80 UCAS Tariff Points

Graphic Design and Illustration

Interior Design

FullTime

PartTime


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Samuel Ashby BA (Hons) Graphic Design and Illustration

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Health & Social Care bradfordcollege.ac.uk/uc

Health & Social Care In a rapidly changing world, an understanding of the challenges facing modern society is very important. Within the School of Health and Social Care, we address the social issues currently being debated in the field, preparing you for the complex and demanding roles that you’ll face in your professional working life. They’ll provide you with an invaluable opportunity for the development of self-awareness. 68

You'll receive practice-based learning, with high quality placement experiences in a wide range of settings and have the opportunity to work alongside qualified and experienced professionals. You'll experience real-life situations and experiences that add authenticity to the teaching and promote the development of effective practice strategies. With a strong focus on multidisciplinary work, you’ll get the opportunity to examine current best practice across multiple agencies. Teaching is firmly rooted in the principles of equality and social justice and promotes a deep understanding of

discrimination and oppression. You’ll also learn more about human rights, inclusion and democratic practice.

Counselling and Theory Practice Modules 1-5, which form part of the BA (Hons) Counselling and Psychology in Community Settings course are Quality Checked by the National Counselling Society (NCS).


£23,000

Francesca Yeadon BA (Hons) Counselling and Psychology in Community Settings

Francesca graduated with a 2:1 in 2015. She is currently working at the University of Leeds as a Simulated Patient Coordinator. “The course offered insights into different areas of psychology and counselling which you wouldn't get from studying just one area of a profession.”

UNISTATS, 2017

Employer links NHS Local Authorities including BMDC Independent Providers

Earning potential Counsellor Social Services Manager Social Worker Welfare Rights Officer

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Average salary six months after completing the course. BA (Hons) Social Work.

Health & Social Care

Our students

£19,000 - £47,000 £35,000 - £75,000 £24,000 - £40,000 £21,000 - £29,000 Statistics from National Careers Service

Courses available Course Title

UCAS Code

Entry Requirements

BA (Hons)

CL85

96 UCAS Tariff Points

BA (Hons)

B900

80 UCAS Tariff Points

FdA

TBC

TBC

BA (Hons)

BB49

80 UCAS Tariff Points

BA (Hons)

L500

120 UCAS Tariff Points

FdA

TBC

TBC

Counselling and Psychology in Community Settings

Health and Social Welfare

Safeguarding in Education and Community Settings

FullTime

PartTime

(subject to validation)

Social Nutrition and Health

Social Work

Working with People: Skills, Theory and Practice (subject to validation)

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Hospitality & Travel bradfordcollege.ac.uk/uc

Hospitality & Travel The Hospitality and Travel industry in the UK has a workforce approximately 4.5 million strong and is the fourth largest employer with 1 in 7 people working in the industry. With the UK sector aiming to recruit another 100,000 skilled workers by 2020, there are plenty of job opportunities available. And that’s not all. With the advent of technology, you can 70

search online for a role abroad and work for international hotel chains, restaurants and tourist resorts. If you’re seeking a dynamic career with great employability prospects both in the UK and overseas, then working within this industry could be perfect for you. Our courses focus on practical and work-related activities to equip you with the skills valued by employers. Pursuing a career in this growing industry will give you excellent job opportunities. If you are hard working, dedicated and enthusiastic, you will find a career in Hospitality and Travel very rewarding.

Career opportunities include: •• Hotel management •• Travel agents for both business and leisure travel •• Events managers/ organisers •• Conference, exhibition and trade show organisers •• Travel agency managers •• Tour managers.


Did you know? 100% of our students said good advice was available

100% of our students said they feel part of a community

Employer links Great Victoria Hotel

NSS Summary Report 2017

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100% of our students said they were able to access specific course resources

UNISTATS, 2017

Midland Hotel

Hospitality & Travel

92% of Hospitality and Travel students go on to work or further study six months after completing the course.

Earning potential

Leeds Bradford International Airport

Conference Manager Events Manager Hotel Manager Travel Agency Manager Travel Agent Tour Manager

Thomas Cook Jet2

£17,000 - £80,000 £17,000 - £80,000 £20,000 - £60,000 £20,000 - £40,000 £14,000 - £40,000 £16,000 - £30,000 Statistics from National Careers Service

Courses available Course Title

UCAS Code

Entry Requirements

BA (Hons) (Top-up)

N892

Foundation degree, or equivalent with GCSE English and mathematics at a minimum of Grade C/4 or equivalent

FdA

N891

36-64 UCAS tariff points or experience of working in the industry

MA

N/A

An Honours degree at a minimum of 2:2 or an equivalent professional qualification

Hospitality and Travel Management

Hospitality and Travel Management

Hospitality and Travel Management (subject to validation)

FullTime

PartTime

TBC

TBC

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Law bradfordcollege.ac.uk/uc

Law Bradford has a compelling legal lineage. The city hosts a Crown and County Court, a central Magistrates Court, a Coroner’s Court, a Tribunal Hearing Centre, a Barristers' chamber, and a considerable number of Solicitors' practices. Through access to the city’s Law facilities and one-toone tutorials in an intimate classroom setting, our dedicated course academics aim to prepare you for a successful legal career. 72

Our flexible degree portfolio offers four programmes that are recognised as Qualifying Law Degrees by the legal professional bodies, and a Foundation Degree. Law at University Centre Bradford College uniquely offers you the opportunity to combine module options to specialise in Business, Property or Criminal Law. Additionally, we offer modules in criminology, family law and evidence. Our specialist law degrees have been drafted in response to employer demand. We offer pathways in Marketing, Accountancy and Social Welfare.

All of our degree students do a final year dissertation, giving you the chance to conduct research of your own making. The knowledge you will attain goes beyond the acquisition of legal knowledge to developing legal skills. This can include a work placement or client counselling, advocacy, negotiation, legal research and writing.


Law

96%

of Law students agreed that, they are satisfied with the quality of the course. UNISTATS, 2017

67.5 % of undergraduate Law students are female and 32.5% are male 36.4% of undergraduate Law students are from minority ethnic groups of which 66% are female and 34% are male

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Did you know?

www.lawsociety.org.uk/Law-careers/Becoming-a-solicitor/Entry-trends/

What our students say

Earning potential Barrister Court Legal Advisor Legal Executive Licensed Conveyancer Paralegal Solicitor

up to £250,000 £20,500 - £43,000 £15,000 - £100,000 £16,000 - £60,000 £14,000 - £40,000 £25,000 - £100,000 Statistics from National Careers Service

Graduate success Lorna Dandy LLB (Hons) Law

Terri Leigh Schofield LLB (Hons) Law Law student Terri spent her summer as an intern for Hong Kong legal software firm Dragon Law. “Travelling to the other side of the world has given me an increased confidence, self-worth and independence. I am hoping to pick up some Cantonese classes whilst I am out here to help me in my future career.”

Lorna landed a first class law degree after writing a dissertation on animal welfare. “My dissertation was on the Animal Welfare Act and how it is being abused by animal traffickers.” said the 25-year-old who is keen to use her legal skills in the area of animal welfare. Having shown at Crufts and prestigious dog shows around the world, Lorna intends to combine her passion for animals with her legal career.

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What our students say Since graduating, Chikara returned to his native Nigeria where he passed his professional examinations and was called to the Nigerian Bar in 2014. He is now in private legal practice contemplating a career in politics. “I really can't thank your University Centre enough. You went out of your way and made your teaching so enjoyable”. Chikara Uche LLB (Hons) Law

Our staff Darran Chapple Head of School, Law and Public Services Management

Darran joined Bradford College in 2001. His prior experience includes his joint internship with the District Attorney’s Office, North Carolina and his work with the University of North Carolina in Charlotte. He became a Barrister at the Inns of Court School of Law in London in 1995 and is a member of the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple. Darran’s experience informs the degree curriculum. He contributes to developments in professional standards and employability skills delivery through the Legal Skills modules and in his delivery of the Law of Tort. His subject specialisms and teaching areas are Tort Law, Legal Skills and Equity and Trusts.

Courses available Course Title

UCAS Code

Entry Requirements

Level 4 Diploma

N/A

No specific entry requirements

Level 6 Diploma

N/A

Level 4 Diploma in Conveyancing

LLB (Hons)

M100

72-96 UCAS Tariff Points

LLB (Hons)

NM41

72-96 UCAS Tariff Points

LLB (Hons)

MN15

72-96 UCAS Tariff Points

LLB (Hons)

ML14

72-96 UCAS Tariff Points

FdA

MM12

36-64 UCAS Tariff Points

Conveyancing Law & Practice (Conveyancing Technician)

Conveyancing Law & Practice (Licensed Conveyancer)

Law

Law (Accountancy)

Law (Marketing)

Law (Social Welfare)

Law and Legal Practice

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PartTime


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Music & Performance bradfordcollege.ac.uk/nsoci

Music & Performance

See page 15 for more information about the Northern School of Creative Industries.

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Music

Performing Arts

Our Music courses offer you the opportunity to develop your skills across a number of areas and meet the needs of the music industry. You'll develop the skills necessary to become a musician, singer, composer, songwriter, live sound engineer, producer or studio engineer.

Our Performing Arts course provides professional vocational training and is inspired by a traditional drama school education. The course offers both acting and musical theatre routes. Units include singing, dancing, TV technique and method acting.

You'll have numerous opportunities to perform at concerts, recitals and informal gigs, and attend visits from professional musicians to help build your network of contacts.

Our collaboration with the Royal Shakespeare Company will give you the unique educational opportunity to bring the famous playwright’s work to life.


National Student Survey 2017

Performance facilities •• Studio theatre with flexible staging and seating for up to 70 people

In 2015, 59% of jobs in the music, performance and visual arts industry were filled by people with at least a degree or degree-level equivalent* Employment opportunities in music, performing and visual arts increased by 34.2% (2011 -2015)** *The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport **gov.uk Creative Industries Report 2016

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Performing Arts students agreed they are satisfied with the quality of the course.

Did you know?

Music & Performance

90% of HNC/HND in

•• Equipped with professional sound and lighting system •• Touring lighting and sound rig •• Access to film and TV studios •• Access to external performing spaces.

Earning potential Classical Musician Live Sound Engineer Studio Sound Engineer TV or Film Sound Technician

£23,000 - £40,000 £25,000 - £40,000 £14,000 - £40,000 £16,000 - £35,000

Statistics from National Careers Service

Professional music equipment •• Practice rooms equipped with pianos, drum kits and guitars •• Recording and live sound mixing desks by Allen and Heath, Behringer and Mackie •• Microphones and recording equipment, including Logic Pro digital audio workstations and Sibelius notation software •• Our main venue, fully equipped with a professional audio rig and a 6-way powered monitor system for live sound training.

Our staff Tom Aldersley Programme leader for the Performing Arts

Tom’s previous acting roles include Emmerdale, Coronation Street and Hollyoaks and he has performed in local and national theatres; The Royal Exchange in Manchester and The Bolton Octagon. “On the course, I relay my industry experience and academic specialism in naturalistic acting for camera; Konstantin Stanislavski, Uta Hagen, Lee Strasberg and Stella Adler; those Russian-American practitioners. “I’ve seen my graduates go from shy first years to working regularly on television, or I’ve gone to visit them because they’re on the West End!” 77


Music & Performance

Courses available

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Course Title

UCAS Code

Entry Requirements

Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate in

TBC

TBC

Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate in

TBC

TBC

TBC

TBC

BA (Hons)

TBC

80 UCAS Tariff Points

FdA

TBC

TBC

Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in

W410

80 UCAS Tariff Points

Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate in

W470

80 UCAS Tariff Points

Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in

W312

80 UCAS Tariff Points

Music (Artist Development)

Music (Performance) (subject to validation) FdA

Music for the Creative Industries (subject to validation)

Music for the Creative Industries

Performing Arts

(subject to validation)

Performing Arts (Acting)

Performing Arts (General)

Performing Arts (Musical Theatre)

The course is tailored so that students gain the relevant skills needed in order to work in the industry. The collaborative projects that happen across the Northern School of Creative Industries provide a hands-on experience and the opportunity to build professional relationships ready for a career in the industry. Adam Hanson, HND Music Student

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Photography & Visual Arts bradfordcollege.ac.uk/soa

Photography & Visual Arts Photography

See page 15 for more information about the Bradford School of Art.

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You’ll explore studio photography, location photography and digital image creation. We’ll show you how to develop your skills into commercially successful products, and explore the options available to help you develop a career in this industry. By studying with us, you’ll have access to industrystandard facilities and well-equipped workshop spaces, while learning alongside highly experienced academic and professional staff.

Visual Arts

You’ll discover the many facets of fine art, crafts and design. We’ll show you how to work within, and across, these different contexts to define your own practice. You’ll develop your skills by specialising in your chosen discipline or by building new skills. You’ll be able to choose from the following: •• 2D/3D media •• Ceramics •• Digital media •• Drawing •• Printmaking •• Textiles.


Did you know?

Liza Dracup BA (Hons) Photography tutor

The Bradford School of Art was established in 1904

“My PhD at the University of Sunderland is on Photographic strategies for visualising the landscape and natural history of Northern England: the ordinary and the extraordinary.” Her work has seen national and international recognition through nominations for the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize (2012) and the Prix Pictet (2009).

David Hockney, one of the world's best known living artists, graduated from Bradford School of Art Our Dye House Gallery exhibits work from students, alumni, staff and internationally known artists and photographers.

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Liza has worked at the Bradford School of Art since 1998 and remains an active practitioner in her field, receiving commissions for her photographic work while undertaking vigorous academic research.

Photography & Visual Arts

Our staff

Earning potential Photographer Photographic Technician Advertising Art Director

£19,000 - £30,000 £20,000 - £30,000 £18,000 - £100,000 Statistics from National Careers Service

Courses available Course Title

UCAS Code

Entry Requirements

BA (Hons)

W641

80 UCAS Tariff Points

BA (Hons)

W213

80 UCAS Tariff Points

Photography

Visual Arts

FullTime

PartTime

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Special Effects, Make-up & Production Arts bradfordcollege.ac.uk/nsoci

Special Effects, Make-up & Production Arts Media Make-up with Special Effects

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Transform the way performers look on TV, film or stage! This degree will challenge you creatively and provide the opportunity for you to express your individuality. On completion, you’ll have produced a professional portfolio of work that will showcase your technical abilities to future employers. You'll collaborate with a number of other Creative Industry students in fashion shows, photoshoots, performances and events and, combined with work placements with national and regional companies, you’ll develop as a creative artist and designer.

Technical and Production Arts for Film and Television This exciting new course focuses on the craft and technical skills required for employment in the film, TV and creative industries. With an emphasis on design skills and production management, this course is aimed at anyone with an interest in costume design, set design and creative technology. You’ll work collaboratively with other students from across the Faculty of Arts and Creative Industries to respond to creative briefs.


Graduate success Ruth Brabiner BA (Hons) Media Make-up with Special Effects

Ruth, who graduated in 2016 with a First Class BA (Hons) Media Make-Up with Special Effects degree, was named both ‘Make-up Artist of the Year’ and ‘Student of the Year’ by the magazine PRO Hair and Beauty. Ruth now works as a freelance make-up artist and also part-time for luxury brand Lancôme. Her freelance work has seen her assist on photoshoots for professional model portfolios and magazine publications.

Shelia Asante “I have acquired so many skills, talents and knowledge which I appreciate and am privileged to have learned.”

Nikoleta Tzani “During my studies, I’ve realised anything is possible if you really want to succeed. I will never stop learning and striving to improve my knowledge and skills.”

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What our students say

Earning potential Make-up Designers Junior Stylists Senior Stylists 3D Model Makers Costume Designers Production Manager

BA (Hons) Media Make-up with Special Effects students

£300/10-hour day £18,000 - £20,000 £23,000 - £30,000 £16,000 - £30,000 £13,000 - £35,000 £25,000 - £60,000 Statistics from National Careers Service

Courses available Course Title

UCAS Code

Entry Requirements

FullTime

PartTime

FdA

TBC

TBC

TBC

TBC

BA (Hons)

W453

80 UCAS Tariff Points

BA (Hons)

TBC

TBC

Make-up Artistry with Special Effects (subject to validation)

Media Make-up with Special Effects

Technical and Production Arts for Film and Television

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Sport bradfordcollege.ac.uk/uc

Sport Our sports coaching, physical activity, health and well-being courses are situated in state-of-the-art facilities. They’ll provide you with the skills, knowledge and experience to enter one of the fastest growing and exciting industries in the country. Sports professionals can gain a great deal of satisfaction from working with young people and adults at a variety 84

of different levels, from beginner to elite and in a multitude of settings, including education, local communities and the sports competition environment.

•• Outdoor Activities •• Personal Training •• Sports Development •• Sports Research •• Teaching

When you study with us, you’ll have the opportunity to learn from experienced staff and pursue your career in sport as a Physical Education Teacher, Sports Coach, Instructor or Development Officer.

The latest figures from the Active People Survey shows that 15.97 million people in the UK are involved in some kind of sporting activity (Sport England, December 2016). These incredible numbers of people require coaches, teachers, instructors, facilitators and host to support them in their sport and physical activity goals.

Our former students have found jobs in the following areas: •• Coaching and Performance Development for Athletes •• Health and Fitness Instruction •• Leisure Management


Sport

Our staff. Sam Messam Sports Coaching Lecturer

Sam is a lecturer focusing on sports coaching, development and management. He is one of only four UKCC Level 4 basketball coaches in the UK and delivers coach education courses for Basketball England, the game’s national governing body. He’s currently on the England senior men coaching staff for the 2018 Commonwealth Games, and has 25 years’ coaching and teaching experience. More recently, Sam has been awarded a national Teaching Fellowship by the Higher Education Academy in recognition of his excellence in teaching, scholarship and research.

Zaman Akbary BSc (Hons) in Sport and Physical Activity "I'm forever grateful to my lecturers at the University Centre for the brilliant support they gave me throughout my degree. I am now the co-founder and head coach of Bradford Cobras Basketball Club and head coach of under-16 boys at City of Leeds Basketball Club.”

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What our students say

Earning potential Sports Development Officer Personal Trainer Sports Coach Fitness Centre Manager

Up to £23,000 Up to £20,000 Up to £25,000 Up to £25,000

Statistics from National Careers Service

Courses available Course Title

UCAS Code

Entry Requirements

FdSc

CN6F

64 UCAS Tariff Points

BSc (Hons)

C601

A Higher National Diploma or Foundation degree in a sports and physical activity related area or other relevant subject, or equivalent, normally with a Merit profile, or an overall average of 50% in Year 2 or five years’ relevant experience in the sports and fitness industry

FdSc

CX6C

64 UCAS Tariff Points

Physical Activity, Health and Well-being

Sport and Physical Activity

Sports Coaching

FullTime

PartTime

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Access to&HE Teaching Education bradfordcollege.ac.uk bradfordcollege.ac.uk/uc

Teaching & Education Education is a fulfilling and varied profession, and you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing you’ve helped people to grow and develop. The Education sector helps people of all ages learn, in many different ways and settings. You’ll be able to work with children, adults, families, communities or businesses. You’ll discover how our environment shapes learning, and how you can make a difference to the well-being and future of individuals. 86

As a teacher, you’ll work directly with students and your impact will stretch far beyond the classroom. Teaching offers great employment prospects and job security: •• 95% of newly qualified teachers were employed in a teaching role within six months of completing training* •• Nearly 70% of newly qualified teachers are still in the profession after five years* Train to teach in the Faculty of Education We’re one of only a few providers nationally to provide Initial Teacher Training in a college environment.

Plus, we cover the full range of teacher training options, with options to qualify in Primary teaching (3-11), Secondary teaching (11-16) and Post-Secondary teaching (14 to adult).

£22,244

Average salary six months after completing the course. BA (Hons) Primary Education. UNISTATS, 2017 *Source: Get Into Teaching, Department for Education


Did you know?

bradfordteaching.org

Jamie Cunningham graduated 2017 BA (Hons) in Primary Education “I spent 20 years as a civil servant doing various jobs including being front of house paying benefits right through to project management but I was ready for a change. I had always enjoyed going into school on ‘Dad Days’ and had done bits of coaching in swimming, football and climbing. I decided to change direction and become a teacher. I‘m really enjoying it and it’s going very well.”

Our faculty is named after Margaret McMillan (1860-1931), who was closely associated with Bradford’s pioneering contribution to child welfare and education

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Each year, Bradford schools employ around 500 newly qualified teachers

Teaching & Education

What our students say

Earning potential Teaching Assistant

£11,500 - £23,000

Primary or Secondary Teacher

£22,917 - £67,305

Lecturer in Further Education

£24,000 - £80,000

Statistics from National Careers Service

Reasons to teach in Bradford 1

Big opportunities for quality teachers. We’re a diverse and young city. A third of people living in Bradford are under 20. Teach here and help shape the lives of generations of young people to come.

2

Experience working with people from a range of cultures in our diverse city. Almost half of Bradford’s school students are from black, Asian or minority ethnic communities.

3

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Courses available Course Title

UCAS Code

Entry Requirements

Education & Professional Development

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BA (Hons)

X300

A minimum of 80 UCAS Tariff Points

MEd

N/A

An Honours degree or an equivalent vocational qualification and be working in an educational or education-related setting. If you have other qualifications and/or experience, you may be considered for entry to the Postgraduate Certificate and Diploma stages, from which you can then transfer to Masters level if you are achieving at an appropriate standard

MEd (Top-up)

N/A

100 credits at Masters level in an education-related subject in the past five years

FdA

NX22

48 UCAS Tariff Points

BA (Hons)

X120

A Foundation Degree or equivalent in an education-related subject and appropriate substantial primary school experience during the last three years, eg as a Teaching Assistant

Education Studies

Education/ Leadership and Management/ Inclusive Practice/ Early Childhood/ICT

Masters in Education

Supporting and Managing Learning in Education

Supporting and Managing Learning in Education

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PartTime


UCAS Code

Entry Requirements

Post-Secondary Education & Training (14-adult) N/A

You must be aged 18 or above and have an A level/BTEC or equivalent and competence in written and spoken English appropriate to a teacher of English. You should hold GCSE English at Grade C/4 or above or IELTS 7.0 or above or equivalent

Additional Diploma

N/A

Level 5: A Level 3 qualification in the subject. Level 7: An Honours degree at 2:2 or above. You must have a full teaching qualification eg a PGCE (if you do not, this can be achieved alongside the full teaching qualification), mathematics or numeracy at Level 3, currently teaching numeracy/mathematics at Level 2 or below and 50 teaching hours during the course, a good standard of written/spoken English and access to a suitable mentor

Level 3 Certificate

N/A

You need to provide the names of two students you can assess who are on a BTEC, NVQ or similar award each with a minimum of two units, and have a qualified Assessor and Verifier to support you

Level 3 Award

N/A

You need to provide the names of two students you can assess who are on a BTEC, NVQ or similar award each with a minimum of two units, and have a qualified Assessor and Verifier to support you

Level 3 Award

N/A

A Level 2 qualification in English or Literacy and a good level of spoken English

Level 4 Award

N/A

A recognised Assessor qualification eg A1/D32. You need to support two Assessors (qualified or trainee) who have at least two students to assess

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Teaching ESOL/ Literacy/Numeracy in the Lifelong Learning Sector (Available at Level 5 or Level 7)

Assessing Vocational Achievement

Assessing Vocationally-related Achievement

Education and Training

Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes & Practice

PartTime

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Course Title

UCAS Code

Entry Requirements

Certificate in

N/A

A Level 3 qualification in your subject area and a Level 2 qualification in English. A GCSE/ Level 2 mathematics qualification is desirable but this can achieved during the course. Appropriate paid teaching or training, full-time or part-time, as your main role in the post-compulsory sector for 100 hours over two years and a mentor to support you in your role and carry out two teaching observations per year

Certificate in

X150

A Level 3 qualification in your subject area and a Level 2 qualification in English. A GCSE/ Level 2 mathematics qualification is desirable but this can be achieved during the course

Postgraduate Diploma in

N/A

An Honours degree. In some subject specialisms you will also be required to have at least a Level 3 qualification. You will also need qualifications in English and mathematics at Level 2. You must have appropriate paid teaching or training, full-time or part-time, as your main role in the postcompulsory sector for 100 hours over two years, and a mentor to support you in your role and carry out two teaching observations per year

Postgraduate Diploma in

X341

An Honours degree or at least a Level 3 qualification in the subject you want to teach. You should also have GCSE English and mathematics. If you wish to teach Literacy, Numeracy or ESOL you must have a Level 3 qualification in that subject area

Education and Training (In-Service)

Education and Training (Pre-service)

Education and Training (In-service)

Education and Training (Pre-service)

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UCAS Code

Entry Requirements

Secondary Teacher Training N/A

An appropriate Honours degree at 2:2 or above and GSCE English and mathematics at Grade C/4

Pre-ITT

N/A

An offer of a place on a Teacher Education route conditional on completing a SKE course

Secondary

Subject Knowledge Enhancement (SKE)

Primary Teacher Training X124

96 UCAS tariff points with two A levels at Grade B/C or BTEC National Diploma at Distinction or an Accredited Access course and GCSE English, mathematics and science at Grade C/4 or equivalent and 10 days’ school experience

BA (Hons) with QTS (Top-up)

X123

An FdA in Supporting & Managing Learning in Education and GCSE English, mathematics and science at Grade C/4 and primary school experience

PGCE

X100

A relevant Honours degree at 2:2 or above and GCSE English, mathematics and science at Grade C/4 or equivalent and 20 days’ school experience

TBC

A relevant Honours degree at 2:2 or above and GCSE English, mathematics and science at Grade C/4 or equivalent and 20 days’ school experience

BA (Hons) (with QTS)

Primary Education

[Routes: Foundation Stage/Key Stage 1 (3-7), Key Stage 1/Key Stage 2 (5-11), Key Stage 2 (7-11)]

Teaching and Learning in the Primary Phase

Primary

[Routes: Foundation Stage/Key Stage 1 (3-7), Key Stage 1/Key Stage 2 (5-11), Key Stage 2 (7-11)] PGCE

Primary Mathematics

[Routes: Foundation Stage/Key Stage 1 (3-7), Key Stage 1/Key Stage 2 (5-11), Key Stage 2 (7-11)] (subject to validation)

PartTime

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PGCE

FullTime

Teaching & Education

Course Title

Primary & Secondary Teacher Training QTS

Assessment Only Programme

N/A

A relevant Honours degree at 2:2 or above. Primary: GCSE English, mathematics and science. Secondary: GCSE English and mathematics or equivalent and two years' experience in two school settings

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How to apply bradfordcollege.ac.uk/uc

How to apply Apply direct You don’t need to apply through UCAS if University Centre Bradford College is your only choice. Simply fill in our application form at bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apply.

To apply for full-time courses Applications for all full-time undergraduate, HND, Foundation degree and degree courses at University Centre Bradford College should be made through the UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) website. Using the search bar on the UCAS website, choose ‘courses’ and ‘undergraduate’ and enter ‘Bradford College’. Individual applications should be made online via the UCAS website ucas.com For further information please search the UCAS website or Tel: 0371 4680468 email: enquiries@ucas.ac.uk or contact our Registrar Services Team on: 01274 433333

UCAS Institution Code: BRC B60

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Postgraduate Certificate in Education courses Applications should be made online through UCAS Teacher Training, using UCAS Institution Code BRC B60, via their website: ucas.com/how-it-all-works/ teacher-training Tel: 0371 4680469 If you require any advice or have any queries about entry requirements or courses, contact Registrar Services: Tel: 01274 433333 Email: heregistry@bradfordcollege.ac.uk HE Registry, B16 Old Building, Bradford College, Great Horton Road, Bradford, BD7 1AY.

To apply for part-time courses Applications for part-time courses should be made online using the application form at: bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apply


You can gain qualifications on either a full-time or part-time basis over a period of one to six years. Some courses offer exemptions from parts of professional body examinations; others prepare you for direct entry to particular professions or careers.

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University Centre Bradford College offers programmes that are recognised and valued by employers and professional bodies.

How to apply

Entry Requirements

Please refer to our website or contact us for more detailed entry requirements. For some courses, additional qualifications, evidence of relevant work experience, a portfolio of evidence or Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) clearance may be required. This will be included in the entry requirements of each individual course.

Your Agreement with Us When you apply as a student at University Centre Bradford College, your study and time with us will be governed by a framework of regulations, policies and procedures, which form the basis of your agreement with us. For details of our policies and procedures, and information regarding tuition fees and any additional charges visit: bradfordcollege.ac.uk/uc You should read these carefully before you apply. Please note that this information is subject to change and you are advised to check our website regularly for any changes before you apply. A person who is not party to this agreement shall not have any rights under or in connection with it. Only you and University Centre Bradford College shall have any right to enforce or rely on the agreement.

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DEC

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JAN

MARCH

OPEN EVENT OPEN EVENT UCAS

Our Applicant Visit Days will start from late January so look out for your invitation.

The UCAS application process opens for 2019 applicants.

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SEPT

OPEN EVENT OPEN EVENT

Our Applicant Visit Days will take place during this month so look out for your invitation.

UCAS EXTRA STILL OPEN

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SEPT

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Applied by 15th January? Universities should send you a decision by the end of March.

MARCH

Start thinking about your five choices and work on your personal statement. Speak with a tutor or Careers Advisor for help and guidance with it.

OPEN EVENT

APPLICATION DEADLINE

FEBRUARY

AUGUST

MARCH JULY

Time to research courses you’re interested in and the Colleges and Universities that offer them. You should visit Open Events to get a feel for various places of study.

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JULY

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Our Applicant Visit Days will take place during this month so look out for your invitation.

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UCAS EXTRA OPENS If you’ve used all five choices and you’re not holding any offers, you can add our University Centre as one of your choices. However, you can only add one extra option at a time.

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JULY

OPEN EVENT Applied by 15th January? Colleges and Universities have a deadline to respond to you. If they do not respond, UCAS will decline the application on their behalf. You also have to respond to offers in this month.

UCAS EXTRA CLOSES

CLEARING OPENS Final deadline for 2019 entry applications.

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MAY

JULY

15

SEPTEMBER

CLEARING STILL OPEN

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Applied after 15th January (but not part of UCAS Extra process)? Applications will be forwarded onto your chosen colleges/ universities. Any applications received after this point will be entered into Clearing.

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If you are applying to a Higher Education College or University for September 2019 entry, here are some key dates to remember.

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CLEARING OPEN UNTIL LATE OCTOBER

CLEARING Full Clearing vacancy information available so if you don’t get the grades you needed, don’t have any offers or you’ve changed your mind about your choices then Clearing is your best option.

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UCAS tariff points

The UCAS Tariff Points required for entry to Higher Education courses at University Centre Bradford College can be calculated using the following grade combinations:

Access to HE Diploma* Grade credit profile: number of credits at each grade

A levels

BTEC Extended Diploma (QCF)

Qualification and Grade

Tariff Points

Distinction

Merit

Pass

Tariff points

Grade

Tariff Points

A level Grade A*

56

45

0

0

144

D*D*D*

168

A level Grade A

48

30

15

0

128

D*D*D

160

A level Grade B

40

15

30

0

112

D*DD

152

A level Grade C

32

0

45

0

96

DDD

144

A level Grade D

24

15

96

128

16

15

DDM

A level Grade E

15

DMM

112

0

15

30

64

MMM

96

0

0

45

48

MMP

80

MPP

64

PPP

48

* The full table for all qualifications is available for download on the UCAS website (www.ucas.com). The Access to HE table is on page 158 of the UCAS Tariff Tables

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Financial Assistance - fees & funding bradfordcollege.ac.uk/uc

Financial assistance – fees & funding Studying Higher Education is an investment in your future. On average, among the working age population, graduates earned £9,500 more a year than non-graduates.* At University Centre Bradford College we are committed to delivering quality degrees at affordable prices. We work hard to cut the costs and not the corners on our undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses. As the Government provides tuition fee loans, you will not be asked to pay fees up front. Also, you won’t pay back your loan until you’ve left our University Centre, got a job and are earning £21,000**. The table below gives you an idea of the amount of earnings and repayments you may have to make towards your tuition fees. Income each year before tax

Monthly Salary

Monthly repayment

Up to £21,000

£1,750

£0

£22,000

£1,833

£7

£25,000

£2,083

£30

£30,000

£2,500

£67

£35,000

£2,916

£105

How to apply for the loan Apply for your loan via Student Finance England. Please ensure you have made your application and secured funding for your course prior to registration. The Student Finance England application is available at: www.gov.uk/apply-for-student-finance

Postgraduate Loans Student Finance England is now offering post graduate funding support of up to £10,240 for Masters courses. Find out more at www.gov.uk/ funding-for-postgraduate-study

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*Graduate Labour Market Statistics: July-September Q3 2016. **Information is correct at time of going to print (February 2018) and is subject to change.


If you’re coming to study at University Centre Bradford College, you may have additional costs to pay for, but don't worry you can apply for help. Below shows the different types of financial support available to new and continuing students. For further information on each type of financial support visit: bradfordcollege.ac.uk/study/ university-centre/study-money

You may claim the Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA) in addition to your student finance loans and grants to cover any extra study-related costs you incur due to an impairment, mental health condition, or learning difficulty. It’s neither a benefit nor a loan, so it doesn’t need repaying. The amount you’ll receive depends on your individual needs not on your income.

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Bradford College Loyalty Bursary Full-time Undergraduate and PGCE students Part-time Undergraduate students Full- and part-time Postgraduate students Funding for students with Disabilities/ Learning Difficulties •• Loans from Bradford College •• Other sources of funding •• Professional and Career Development Loans.

The DSA is available to both full-time and part-time students studying on a Higher Education course.

Useful contacts

Advanced Learner Loan

Bradford College Higher Education Student Finance Team

For Level 3 Further Education (eg Access to HE) courses only.

Tel.: 01274 433489

The Advanced Learner Loan is a governmentfunded loan that is easy to apply for, doesn’t take your household income into account and doesn’t involve a credit check.

Email: hestudentfinance@bradfordcollege.ac.uk In person: Registrar Services, B16, Old Building. Great Horton Road, Bradford, BD7 1AY Student Finance England www.gov.uk/student-finance

For full details visit: www.gov.uk/ disabled-students-allowances-dsas If you need help in applying for DSA, contact the College’s Disability Services team on als@bradfordcollege.ac.uk

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Disabled Students’ Allowance

Financial Assistance - fees & funding

Money to help you study

To qualify for the Advanced Learner Loan you must be: •• Studying at an approved college or training provider. Bradford College is an approved centre •• 19 years of age or older on the first day of your course •• Studying a full- or part-time Further Education qualification at Level 3 or above •• A UK Resident or a UK national or have ‘settled status’ (this means there are no restrictions on how long you can stay) •• A resident in the UK for three years or more. For more information call us on 01274 433172 or visit gov.uk/advanced-learner-loan

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Scholarship activity & research centre

Scholarly Activity & Research Centre

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All Staff at University Centre Bradford College are engaged in a wealth of scholarship and research. This is to ensure that students can engage with the very latest work within their subject areas. Staff also represent the University Centre on national and international subject networks and professional bodies, and are therefore fully equipped to prepare students for their chosen career. Our University Centre staff are engaged in a number of research projects and continue to publish on a range of topics. These activities connect to many of our courses which have a research component as we place great importance on the teaching of good research practice in preparation for professional level work.

Our key strengths are:

Most recent achievements:

•• Practicing artists in the Bradford School of Art who present their work nationally and internationally

•• Teacher training experts who are evaluating a Department for Education project on maths teaching in schools

•• Strong collaboration with employers through staff and student joint research projects

•• Research project into professional practice for early years education and social care with the Ministry of Education, New Zealand

•• Close association with professional bodies with research into comparative practice, for example the National Youth Association and the General Optical Council •• Research skills embedded in courses to give excellent preparation for graduate level work eg problem solving, report writing, evaluation, working independently •• Staff who are active in developing professional practice in their respective disciplines through publication and joint projects with employers e.g. education/teacher training, sport coaching, youth work, social work, ophthalmics •• Very strong emphasis on the student learning experience with friendly, approachable staff who are highly qualified in teaching and learning

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•• International work on professional practice with Harstad University Norway and Camosun College, British Columbia, Canada •• Student engagement with a creative industries project as an associate college with the Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon

Contact us Dr Graham N Stevens, Dean: Scholarship and Research g.stevens@bradfordcollege.ac.uk


which we will follow when we need to make any such changes.

We will always try to deliver your course as described in this prospectus. However, sometimes we have to make changes as set out below.

Contact us

We review all optional modules each year and change them to reflect staff expertise, current trends and as a result of student feedback. We will try to ensure that you have a range of options to choose from and we will let you know in good time the options available for you to choose for the following year. We will only change core modules for a course if it is necessary for us to do so, for example to maintain course accreditation. We will let you know about any such changes as soon as possible, usually before you begin the relevant academic year. On occasion, we may need to make changes to other aspects of a course, or how it is delivered. We will only make changes if they are for reasons outside of our control, or where they are for our students’ benefit. We will endeavour to let you know about any such changes as soon as possible (usually before the relevant academic year). Our regulations set out our procedure

We make every effort to check the accuracy of the information in this prospectus at the time of going to press. However, if you feel that any of the information is misleading then please contact:

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This prospectus was prepared in the spring of 2018 for courses starting in September 2019. Any subsequent changes to information will be published in the course information on our website bradfordcollege.ac.uk/uc. We have tried to ensure that all of the information provided is as accurate and up-to-date as possible. However, it is always possible that this information could change and you should check our website for the latest information before you apply. (Where there is a difference between the contents of this prospectus and our website, the contents of the website take precedence).

Course guide information

Course guide information

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A-Z index of courses bradfordcollege.ac.uk/uc

A-Z index of courses Access to HE Allied Health Professions

36

Access to HE Allied Health Professions Online

36

Access to HE Art, Design and Media

36

Access to HE Business

36

Access to HE Computing

36

Access to HE Education Professions

36

Access to HE Engineering Science

36

Computing (Intelligent Systems) Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma 48

Access to HE Health and Social Care Professions

36

Computing (Network Engineering) Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma 48

Access to HE Health and Social Care Professions Online

36

Computing (Security) Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma 48

Access to HE Humanities

36

Access to HE Law

37

Access to HE Nursing and Midwifery

37

Access to HE Nursing and Midwifery Online

37

Access to HE Science (Biology and Chemistry) 37 Access to HE Science (Biology, Chemistry and Physics)

37

Access to HE Science (Mathematics and Physics)

37

Access to HE Social Science (Psychology/English/Sociology)

37

Accountancy BA (Hons)

42

Accounting AAT Diploma Level

42

Art and Design (Fashion and Textiles) Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate 58 Assessing Vocational Achievement Level 3 Certificate

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Assessing Vocationally-related Achievement Level 3 Award

89

Business Management BA (Hons)

42

Business Management FdA

42

Civil Engineering Project Management BSc (Hons) 102

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Computer Networks and Systems Support BSc (Hons)

48

Computing (Applications Development) Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma 48 Computing (Data Analytics) Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma 48

Computing (Software Engineering) Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma 48 Computing and Information Systems BSc (Hons)

49

Computing BSc (Hons)

48

Computing Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate

48

Computing Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma

48

Construction and the Built Environment (Civil Engineering) Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate

52

Construction and the Built Environment (Civil Engineering) Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma

52

Construction and the Built Environment (Construction - Management) Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma 52 Construction and the Built Environment (Construction) Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate

52

Construction Management (Sustainability) Level 5 NVQ Diploma (subject to validation)

52

Construction Management BSc (Hons)

52

Contact Lens Certificate

39


Conveyancing Law and Practice (Licensed Conveyancer) Diploma Level 6 Counselling and Psychology in Community Settings BA (Hons)

74

Law and Legal Practice FdA

74

Law LLB (Hons)

74

69

Make-up Artistry with Special Effects FdA (subject to validation)

83

62

Management and Leadership ILM Higher Level Apprenticeship Level 5 (subject to approval)

42

Management and Leadership Pearson BTEC Level 5 Diploma

42

Management and Leadership Professional Award/Certificate/Diploma

42

Management ILM Level 5 NVQ Diploma

42

Masters in Education MEd (Top-up)

88

Media Make-up with Special Effects BA (Hons)

83

Music (Artist Development) Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate

78

Music (Performance) Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate (subject to validation)

78

74

Early Years FdA

45

Early Years Practice BA (Hons)

45

Education and Training (In-service) Certificate 90 90

Education and Training (Pre-service) Certificate 90 Education and Training (Pre-service) Postgraduate Diploma

90

Education and Training Level 3 Award

89

Education Studies BA (Hons)

88

Education/Leadership & Management/ Inclusive Practice/Early Childhood/ICT MEd

88

Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma

74

Law (Social Welfare) LLB (Hons)

Creative Media Production (Film & Television) Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma 62

Education and Training (In-service) Postgraduate Diploma

Law (Marketing) LLB (Hons)

Music for the Creative Industries BA (Hons) 78 55

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Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate 55 Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma 55

Music for the Creative Industries FdA (subject to validation)

78

Ophthalmic Dispensing BSc (Hons)

39

Ophthalmic Dispensing FdSc

39

Performing Arts (Acting) Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma

78

Performing Arts (General) Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate

78

Performing Arts (Musical Theatre) Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma

78 78

Fashion BA (Hons)

58

Film BA (Hons)

62

Games and Digital Media BSc (Hons)

49

Graphic Design and Illustration BA (Hons)

66

Performing Arts FdA (subject to validation)

69

Photography BA (Hons)

81

Hospitality and Travel Management BA (Hons) (Top-up)

71

Physical Activity, Health and Well-being FdSc

85

Hospitality and Travel Management FdA

71

Hospitality and Travel Management MA (subject to validation)

71

Interior Design BA (Hons)

66

Pre-ITT Subject Knowledge Enhancement (SKE) Courses Physics; Chemistry; Biology; Mathematics; Design Technology (Food and Textiles); Computer Science

91

Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and practice Level 4 Award

89

Law (Accountancy) LLB (Hons)

74

Primary [Routes: Foundation Stage/ Key Stage 1 (3-7); Key Stage 1/ Key Stage 2 (5-11); Key Stage 2 (7-11)] PGCE

91

Health and Social Welfare BA (Hons)

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Creative Media Production (Film & Television) Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate

74

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Conveyancing Law and Practice (Conveyancing Technician) Diploma Level 4

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Primary Education [Routes: Foundation Stage/ Key Stage 1 (3-7); Key Stage 1/ Key Stage 2 (5-11); Key Stage 2 (7-11)] BA (Hons) with QTS 91 Primary Mathematics [Routes: Foundation Stage/Key Stage 1 (3-7); Key Stage 1/ Key Stage 2 (5-11); Key Stage 2 (7-11)] PGCE (subject to validation)

91

QTS Assessment Only Programme

91

Safeguarding in Education and Community Settings FdA (subject to validation)

69

Secondary PGCE

91

Social Nutrition and Health BA (Hons)

69

Social Work BA (Hons)

69

Sport and Physical Activity BSc (Hons)

85

Sports Coaching FdSc

85

Strategic Management and Leadership ILM NVQ Level 7 Diploma

42

Supporting and Managing Learning in Education BA (Hons)

88

Supporting and Managing Learning in Education FdA

88

Teaching and Learning in the Primary Phase [Routes: Foundation Stage/Key Stage 1 (3-7); Key Stage 1/Key Stage 2 (5-11); Key Stage 2 (7-11)] BA (Hons) with QTS 91 Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (Cert TESOL)

89

Teaching ESOL or Literacy and Numeracy in the Lifelong Learning Sector - Additional Diploma

89

Technical and Production Arts for Film and Television BA (Hons)

83

Textiles and Surface Design BA (Hons)

58

Textiles Practice FdA (subject to validation) 58

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Visual Arts BA (Hons)

81

Working with people: Skills, Theory and Practice FdA (subject to validation)

69

Youth Work and Community Development BA (Hons)

45

Youth Work and Community Development Postgraduate Diploma

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