The University of Bradford welcomes applications from students from New Zealand for all study levels. The information provided below is intended as guidance only. If you are in any doubt please contact the Admissions Office. You should be aware that meeting the grade requirements specified does not necessarily guarantee admission as there may be additional requirements you need to satisfy.
If your qualification or grading scheme is not listed below, please contact the Admissions Office with details of your qualification and we can assess your eligibility. Please send copies of any certificates, transcripts and statements of results when you request an assessment of a qualification.
The University publishes entry requirements based on UCAS tariff points and these are shown on the individual course pages – please see our course listings.
The table below shows how the University equates qualifications from your country to UCAS tariff points.
The University of Bradford International College offers a Foundation Year to progress onto many of our degree programmes. Find out more about the courses available at our International College.
|Qualification||136+ UCAS tariff points||120 - 135 UCAS tariff points||96 - 119 UCAS tariff points|
|University Entrance Certificate with National Certificate in Educational Achievement Level 3||Please contact the Admissions Office|
|University Entrance Certificate with New Zealand Bursaries Certificate|
The entry requirement for a postgraduate taught course is typically equivalent to a UK Second Class Honours Second Division (2:2). For individual course requirements, please see the course details in our course listings.
The table below shows how the University equates qualifications from your country to UK degree classifications:
|Qualification||UK 1st Class||UK 2:1||UK 2:2|
|Bachelor (Honours) degree||A-||B||C+|
See International fees for:
- Undergraduate students, e.g. BSc, BA, Foundation
- Postgraduate (taught) students, e.g. MA, MSc, MBA
- Research students, e.g. PhD, DBA
You will also find information about financial support and how to pay your fees through the links above.
If you aren't sure whether you need to pay International fees and you think you might be eligible for Home/EU fees, please see our Am I a Home student? page.
Scholarships are available for international and EU students based on academic excellence, subjects, study level, and your country.