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Events

University of Bradford run a series of events throughout the year to share and gain knowledge, bring communities together, and influence positive change.

Events include public lectures, conferences, arts and cultural events, festival style events, and themed specialist events as well as open days for applicants and prospective students. As well as events organised by the University, we work with partners to support events either on campus or in the region.

Browse event categories below to find one that will help you discover Bradford and the surrounding area.

Staff and student events

For current staff and students, including TeamTalks, Ask me Anything’s, and graduation ceremonies.

Public events

Open to all, this includes seminars about our research, knowledge transfer, and community engagement events.

Recruitment events

Events for prospective students, including UCAS fairs, Open Events and Applicant Experience Days.

Stakeholder events

Engage with our stakeholders and external partnerships through corporate events and themed events.

Theatre in the Mill events

Theatre in the Mill events include workshops, film screenings, live performances, and art exhibitions.

Alumni events

Catch up with your classmates at alumni events and reunions in the UK and overseas.

Getting to our City Campus

Our campus address is:
University of Bradford, Richmond Road, Bradford, BD7 1DP

See our City Campus map or our Inclusive campus map to find buildings.

Ways to get to campus

By public transport

If you’re getting the bus to Bradford, or arriving by train at Forster Square or Bradford Interchange, the University is 15 minutes’ walk from the city centre.

Go through City Park and continue past the Alhambra Theatre up Great Horton Road. Campus is about 300 metres up this hill, just beyond the college.

By road

For sat nav devices, use postcode BD7 1AZ. Parking information can be found below.

Bradford is connected to the motorway network by the M62 and M606, which we recommend you use if arriving from the south, east or west. Use the A629/A650 via Skipton if arriving from the north-west, or the A1 or A19 if arriving from the north-east.