Explore Bradford's industrial heritage
University of Bradford is just minutes on foot from the city centre, which contains some of England's best preserved Victorian architecture, thanks to its status as the wool capital of the world during the industrial revolution. Start at the elegant Italianate City Hall, an imperious Grade I listed landmark with a renowned clock tower. Then take in the Wool Exchange, built in opulent Gothic Revival style. Finally, learn about the city's past at Bradford Industrial Museum, with its excellent collection of textile machinery and model mill workers' terraced houses.
Great British curry in Bradford
University of Bradford is within easy reach of some of Britain's very best curry houses, thanks to Bradford's sizeable south Asian population. 3 Singhs is one of the city's highest rated Punjabi restaurants - don't miss the fish masala karahi. For award-winning British-Indian fusion dishes, head for Kipling's in north Bradford. Later, stroll into the city centre and sample Bradford's friendly pubs.
Sample Bradford's nightlife
Perfectly placed for exploring the city's student-friendly nightlife, University of Bradford is walking distance to a range of buzzing pubs, bars and nightclubs. Start the Bavarian way at Stein Bier Keller, which is perfect for groups, before heading to Delius Lived Next Door for pool tables and live music. Top it all off with by dancing the night away to 90s favourites at Flares.
Looking for cheap accommodation Near University of Bradford? Travelodge Bradford Central Hotel is perfectly placed, or Travelodge Bradford Hotel is best for road links to Leeds and the rest of Yorkshire.