Looking to improve your career prospects and earning potential?
Want to develop existing skills, unlock a new career path, or create knowledge through research?
Take your first step to the next level by attending one of our postgraduate events. Whether you're interested in Master's degrees, research degrees or CPD courses, you'll discover the flexible range of full-time and part-time courses that Bradford has to offer.
Why attend our Open Day?
Our Open Days give you the chance to join subject-specific talks and support workshops, presented live by our expert academics and staff.
You'll be able to learn more about the taught courses and research degrees you're interested in, find out how to write and submit a research proposal, and discover the opportunities and career options available to you.
You'll also have the chance to ask your questions during the talks and workshops, or confidentially using our UniBuddy chat rooms (Virtual Open Days only).
As well as course and subject presentations, talks and workshops will be running to provide expert advice on the following:
Our staff, student and visitor safety is at the forefront of our on-campus Open Day planning. Here is how we are keeping everyone safe:
- All attendees are asked to pre-book a place. This helps us limit the capacity of people on campus at any one time. All guests can attend any time between the start and end time of the open day – just remember to check the schedule to ensure you don’t miss those all-important course and information sessions.
- In line with Government guidance, we will be encouraging the wearing of face coverings when inside University buildings.
- We will operate an enhanced cleaning regime which will include regular cleaning of all high traffic areas and touchpoints throughout the event. This includes areas such as toilets, door handles and lift buttons.
- We will be encouraging social distancing in the busiest areas on campus, for example, queues for entry and for campus tours.
- Where required, we will operate designated queuing and one way systems.
- We encourage regular use of hand sanitising stations which are placed around the University campus.
To help us keep everyone safe, we ask the following of our open day guests:
- Ensure you have booked your slot in advance.
- Adhere to any one way or queuing systems while visiting the University.
- We encourage the wearing of face coverings within the University buildings in line with Government guidance. We do understand that there may be some circumstances where people may not be able to wear a face covering and will be mindful and respectful of such circumstances.
- We encourage visitors to campus to undertake a lateral flow test using a self-testing kit, and confirm a negative result before travelling to campus. Information on obtaining lateral flow tests can be found on the Government Website.
- Hygiene is key – we ask all visitors to make use of the hand sanitising stations on arrival and throughout their visit. Hands should also be washed regularly.
Do not attend campus if:
- You are experiencing any symptoms of Coronavirus (a high temperature, a new, continuous cough, or a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste).
- You have tested positive for Coronavirus within the last 10 days.
- You are awaiting the results from a Coronavirus test.
- You have been told by NHS Test and Trace that you need to isolate.
- You have travelled back from a country requiring isolation on return. Further details of the requirements and exempt countries can be found on the Government Website.
Can't wait until the next Open Day?
Get a head start with your postgraduate planning.
In advance of our next Open Day, you can discover our range of courses, take a virtual campus tour, find out about funding, and arrange a call with an academic to talk about the courses you're interested in:
Discover our full range of postgraduate taught, research and CPD courses.
Take a tour
Explore our campus, facilities and accommodation in our Virtual Experience.
Funding and finance
Find out about the financial support available to postgraduate students.
Arrange a call
Arrange for one of our academics to call you to discuss the courses you're interested in.