International student support
Moving to the UK to study is a big step, and it's likely that you will need some advice and support from before you arrive, and throughout every day of your time here.
The International Student Support team will assist and support you throughout the process of your Tier 4 (General) Student visa application and will continue to support you during your studies at the University of Bradford. This can include matters concerning your visa and general welfare support all the way through to your graduation.
International Student Adviser
Our International Student Adviser, Vanessa Napolitano, can help with any issues you have during your time at Bradford.
You can speak to Vanessa without an appointment at the MyBradford – Student Support desk in the Richmond Building, between 11:00 and 12:00, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
You can also contact Vanessa by:
Daily drop-in sessions
You can speak to a member of our International Student Support & UKVI Compliance team on Monday - Friday, 11.00pm to 12.00pm, at MyBradford - Student Support, Richmond Building.
Our language centre offers English language support as a university-wide policy, supporting international students, home students, staff and the wider community.
Support is available before and during your studies.
International Study Centre
The International Study Centre (Room 101) is a friendly, supportive space for study, cross-cultural interaction, and language learning.
It's located in the Richmond Building, near Blackwell's book shop.
The centre offers:
- student-led language classes, every week during term time
- resources including computers, books, newspapers and magazines
- events and days out, including trips to places like Skipton, Ilkley, Saltaire and Bolton Abbey
Michael Allhouse is the centre manager. His contact details are:
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Telephone: 07971 938995
The centre also has its own Facebook page, This is Room 101.
Career and Employability Services
Career and Employability Services offers comprehensive support for students in developing employability skills, finding placements, part-time jobs and graduate employment. Our website offers online resources.
- Impartial, confidential discussions for all aspects of career planning, including self-employment
- Practical help with finding work experience and industrial placements, job search, CVs, applications, interviews and assessment centres
- An extensive employability workshop programme, led by staff and/or employers
- Employer recruitment and information events
- Continued support for five years after graduation
To find out more go to our website
Financial support for international students
Fees and scholarships
Our fees and scholarships page provides detailed information on tuition fees and scholarship opportunities for international students.
Your sponsors will be sent progressions reports twice a year, after Semesters 1 and 2. They will include information on your grades, performance and attendance where necessary. They will be completed by your personal or course tutor.