• Polski
  • English
  • Română

University of Bedfordshire

About the university

About the university

The University of Bedfordshire is a diverse community that values learning new skills and enjoying the student life on campus. The key to a successful career is quality knowledge and experience, and at this university, students gain both to pursue their dream careers.

What courses can be studied at the University of Bedfordshire?

Candidates opting for the University of Bedfordshire can begin their studies at the bachelor’s, postgraduate, and MBA levels. The courses are taught by experts in their respective fields who have not only theoretical knowledge but also years of practical experience.

Read lessRead more

The University is equipped with modern equipment and tools to facilitate effective learning. Both UK nationals and foreign applicants who meet the criteria are welcome to study at the University of Bedfordshire, and students also have the option to study part-time.

Some of the available courses of study include:
  • Accounting, Finance & Economics
  • Art & Design
  • Business
  • Computing
  • Education (including Teacher Training)
  • Engineering
  • English
  • Law
  • Life Sciences
  • Marketing, Tourism & Aviation
  • Media
  • Nursing, Midwifery & Health
  • Sport
  • Psychology
  • Social Sciences

The University of Bedfordshire also offers STEM technology classes and a Higher Technical Qualification course to enhance students’ practical and technical skills. Full details of each course can be found at https://www.beds.ac.uk/howtoapply/courses/.

Why study at the University of Bedfordshire?
  • More than 90 percent of graduates on popular courses find a job in the profession soon after graduation.
  • Studying at the University of Bedfordshire increases a candidate’s attractiveness in the job market.
  • The majority of graduates who choose to set up their businesses are successful.
  • Each student can count on support during the educational process.
  • The University offers a Merit Scholarship of £2,400 to top students, with a minimum of 120 UCAS points being a requirement for this benefit.
  • Student campuses are located in attractive cities.
  • The University provides security and safety for students 24/7.
  • The University has achieved very good results on the quality and effectiveness of work placements.
  • The institution cooperates with research institutes that keep students up to date with current content.
Where are the University’s campuses located?
Student campuses are located in:
  • Luton
  • Bedford

The locations of the campuses are situated near areas with beautiful landscapes and rich cultural diversity. In addition, students are offered various activities to help them integrate more closely and spend their free time together. All locations, notably Luton and Bedford, have good transport links to London which can be easily accessed by train.

Foundation year:

Pre-settle/Settle status/UK passport*/indefinitive leave to remain


Two years’ working experience(CV)
High school or technical school leaving certificate with an average of 3.0/ Baccalaureate passed at 45% overall

Language test:

Internal language test passed at 4.5pct level (scale 1-8)

Year one:

Pre-settle/Settle status/ British passport/indefinitive leave to remain


Baccalaureate passed with an average of 60% in all subjects

Language test:

Internal language test passed at 5.5pts (scale 1-8)
*People who only hold a UK passport can only apply through our agency if they are over 25 years of age

2/3 days a week on working days 9 am – 4 pm

Campus Luton
University of Bedfordshire, University Square, Luton, LU1 3JU

Campus Bedford
Polhill Ave, Bedford MK41 9EA


Application stages

How step by step go through whole application process


– You only need a certificate from high school / college / baccalaureate/ or CV
– You can send the documents directly through our website




– The test consists of reading, writing, listening to speaking,
– It takes place every Friday at the University of Bedfordshire and lasts about 3 hours.



After receiving the results, we help to complete the application of funding for studies to Student Finance England. You can also apply for up to £17,000 in maintenance allowance depending on your circumstances.

– All you need is an National Insurance Number and addresses from last 3 years
– After completing the application we will tell you what documents you need to send to the student finance



– You must register at the university about 2 weeks before starting your course. You will need to confirm your details and accept the course that you will study