New to applying?
This is your time
It's never too late to apply to university. If you've had a change of heart and are interested in applying to university for the first time through Clearing, read our quick guide below for an overview of the process.
Applying to University for the first time through Clearing
If you haven’t applied to study at any universities and you want to study this September, here's what you can do:
Find a course available through Clearing
Apply for the course directly through our Virtual Clearing Centre
If we make you an offer you'll get an email with everything you need to know, including how to confirm your place.
Once you've accepted your offer it's time to get planning for September, and sort out things like student finance
Amreen is an adult learner studying BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing here at the University of Bradford. She returned to education after a long break and has written a blog about her journey back into education and the help that she received from our Adult Learner Advisers.
Other things to think about...
After you've applied to start University through Clearing, don't forget about these other important things.
Once you've applied to study at University, you need to apply for Student Finance.
Student Finance allows you to borrow money to cover your university course fees as well as your living costs throughout your time studying.
The Green is the centre of student life here at Bradford. It is the University's recommended student accommodation and is situated just a few minutes away from the Students' Union, the library and other key campus facilities.
Compared to most university towns and cities in the UK, privately rented accommodation in Bradford is relatively inexpensive.
There are a range of privately rented houses and apartments located within walking distance of City Campus, with average weekly rates of around £50-£55 (excluding bills).