The Focusrite award was for work completed with course mates Alexander Robins and Conor McNulty producing tracks for up-and-coming singer/songwriter Hannah Wells.
The Richer Sounds Award was recognition for the high standard of production work he produced over the course of his degree.
He received both at his graduation ceremony at the Wycombe Swan theatre in High Wycombe.
Bradley said: “It feels great to win the awards as we worked really hard on the production for the Focusrite award and individually I was proud to win the Richer Sounds accolade.
“I love every aspect of audio and music production and work really hard to improve my skills throughout my degree.
“Bucks New University offers some really good facilities for their production courses. The studios are incredible and during our final year they were accessible 24 hours a day.
“The lecturing team were great and truly inspiring at times, really encouraging us students to do the best we could.
“I am now working on producing tracks for Jamal Dayekh, a new artist based in Texas, USA, and will be entering the studio soon to record with Oceans, an up-and-coming band who have had a really busy year playing shows across the UK.”
Successful Bradley also won a scholarship in his first year from another leading audio manufacturer, Sennheiser UK Ltd, based on the high standard of his academic performance.