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Applying to University of Bradford
- Entry Requirements:
160-175 UCAS Points
Average range for University of Bradford entry requirements. Varies depending on the course.
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More details of our TEF outcome can be found on the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) website.
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This is the latest available data, published by UCAS - 26th January 2017. It relates to offers made in June 2016. For more details visit the UCAS website.
University of Bradford Reputation
The University of Bradford is based over two campuses that are home to more than 13,000 students and which won the award for an outstanding contribution in the area of sustainable development.
The City Campus is home to many sports facilities that include a swimming pool, gym, fitness suite, badminton, basketball and squash courts, climbing wall and indoor football. The facilities also include a beauty suite for massage, facials, and other treatments. The campus is close to Bradford City centre and has great transport links to Manchester, London and the Dales.
Bradford is known for its multicultural society and boasts food from all over the world plus theatre, dance, art and of course many British traditions such as fish and chips and cricket. The city also hosts the Bradford International Film Festival, Animation Festival, and Saltaire Festival. In 2009 Bradford became the first UNESCO City of Film in the World.
Mirroring the city's love of arts and entertainment the University of Bradford has several centres open to students and the public. The Tasmin Little Music Centre host orchestras, bands, musicals and singers whilst the Theatre in the Mill is renowned for touring companies and performers, workshops in directing, acting and play-writing plus a theatre group that performs its plays several times a year. Gallery II welcomes contemporary arts and the Gallery and Craft Centre displays both professional and student works of art.
The Students' Union, UBU is located in the brand new development Student Central and has its own shop, bar, radio station (RamAir), cinema and several advice bureaus. There are more than 30 sports clubs and plenty of societies to get involved in. The UCAN project run by UBU aims to get students involved in volunteering in the community in projects such as serving the elderly and homeless, helping in schools and playgroups and setting up recycling and sports projects.
Over recent years millions of pounds have been invested into campus facilities across most subject areas. These include new radiography rooms, wards and maternity facilities, refurbished labs for life sciences, a truck for outside broadcasting, relaxing spaces throughout the university, a new library for the management school and additional accommodation.
The University of Bradford prides itself on being forward thinking in its approach to education, teaching and research. It is continually investing time and money into furthering research and improving the campus and facilities in a commitment to 'Making Knowledge Work' and giving graduates the best possible opportunities.
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Read University of Bradford Reviews
AVOID! This university is unsafe. In the past 3 months there has been a gang of masked men attacking students on the university campus who have never been caught and two days ago a female was sexually assaulted on campus. I was followed home twice, many friends have been followed home/attacked. There is one man who sits outside accommodation and tries to grab girls but uni never do anything about it. This uni is unsafe and I cannot wait to leave.
University is loosing its positions. Tutors are leaving, half of those remaining are far from being engaging and are quite weak. Conditions are deteriorating without any satisfactory explanation. There are continuous delays in marking, books are no more provided. Very sad to be part of this now.
Great facilities on the campus and in the halls. It's a shame that I was put with quite possibly the worst flatmates in existence! But the warden team is always there to support you with any issues. The wifi was very stable but very slow at times and does cost a lot to upgrade to a faster speed
I've been here for 5 years and loved it! Aspects of the University have improved in that time such as the facilities but the extra curricular elements still have a way to go. The University has a strong family feel to it with students coming from all over the world.