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50:50 Campaign - Making Computer Science More Accessible for Women

Women are under-represented at all levels in Computer Science, despite having all the skills and qualities that are needed to be successful. Enthusiasm and creativity are just two of these needed qualities to study Computer Science and at Bradford we believe women have these in abundance. We want to break down stereotypes surrounding Computer Science and raise awareness of the possibilities out there for women in the sector; exciting careers that can help change the world!

Our aim is simple, we want to be the first university to see true gender equality in Computer Science (50:50). Computer Science is accessible to all at the University of Bradford and can be studied at degree level by anyone with the right UCAS points. You are the future; if you are creative, caring or love solving problems and want the opportunity to make a difference in society then study Computer Science with us!

For more information regarding the 50:50 Campaign or different events supporting the campaign, please contact our Campaign Leaders Dr. Andrea Cullen and Lorna Armitage.

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