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Applying to the University of Bradford as an international student

The best way to get started with your application to the University of Bradford is to contact a representative in your country, as they can help you at every stage of your application and communicate with us on your behalf.

They often provide additional services to ensure your smooth arrival here in the UK, such as visa application support and assistance with your travel arrangements.

Find details of your country representative on the relevant country page.

If you would prefer to apply by yourself, follow the links below.

Undergraduate degrees

All applications must be submitted online via UCAS, using the institution code BRADF B56

Postgraduate taught courses

Apply directly to the university for Master's degrees, and if you're currently a student here you can use our fast-track process

Research degrees

If you're interested in doing your PhD or DBA here, there are a couple of different ways to apply

Pathway programmes

University of Bradford International College offers pathway programmes for international students to prepare them for undergraduate and postgraduate studies in the UK.

Contact us

Our enquiries team are here to answer your questions about courses, fees and funding, and making your application

I've applied - what happens next?

International students

When you receive an unconditional offer, remember to let the University know you want to accept this offer.

If you have applied through UCAS you must accept your offer through UCAS Track. If you applied direct to the University, you can accept your place through the Applicant Portal.

You will be asked to make a deposit of £2,000, and then the University will be able to send you information regarding your Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) Statement.

You will need the CAS statement in order to apply for your student visa to come to the UK.

If you have specific questions regarding the impact Covid-19 will have on your application please see our FAQs for international applicants.

 

Students from the EU

When you receive an unconditional offer, remember to let us know you want to accept this offer.

If you have applied through UCAS you must accept your offer through UCAS Track. If you applied direct to the University, you can accept your place through the Applicant Portal.

If you were resident in the UK before 31 December 2020, and you apply for the EU Settlement Scheme before 30 June 2021 you may be eligible for home fee status.

If you are not eligible you will be asked to make a deposit of £2,000, and then the University will be able to send you information regarding your Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) Statement. You will need the CAS statement in order to apply for your student visa to come to the UK.

If you have specific questions regarding the impact Covid-19 will have on your application please see our FAQs for international applicants.