Continue your studies at Bradford
If you're nearing the end of your undergraduate degree, now's the time to start considering your next move.
Many of our undergraduate students decide to continue their studies here at Bradford.
Studying a postgraduate degree in familiar surroundings allows you to maintain relationships with friends, peers and teaching staff, and removes the stress of starting afresh somewhere new.
You can choose from over 200 postgraduate course options, and enjoy a number of benefits available to Bradford alumni.
As a University of Bradford graduate, you will receive a 10% tuition fee discount if you continue your studies with us. Find out more about our Alumni Discount Scheme.
Many of our final-year undergraduate students will receive a guaranteed offer of a place on Master's courses that are relevant to their current degree. If you are eligible for an offer you should receive an email.
As a final-year undergraduate student at Bradford, you can Fast-Track your postgraduate application. Apply for up to three Master's courses in a matter of minutes.
If you've spent a few years at Bradford, there's a good chance you're involved in societies, sports clubs, activism, fund-raising or social events. Continuing at Bradford means you can stay involved.
Meet our students
Many of our students progress to postgraduate study after completing their undergraduate degree at Bradford.
Natasha, Mohammed and Keeley stayed at Bradford in order to develop their skills and knowledge in familiar surroundings:
Mohammed completed his Business Management BSc at Bradford, and stayed to study MSc Logistics, Data Analytics and Supply Chain Management.
Keeley studied her undergraduate degree in Archaeological Sciences before progressing to MSc Forensic Archaeology and Crime Scene Investigation.
After gaining a first-class honours degree in Software Engineering at Bradford, Ahmed decided to continue his studies here with an MSc in Cyber Security.
Natasha completed her undergraduate degree in Computational Mathematics. She decided to continue into research, studying a PhD in Computer Science.