BA Management Studies & French/Spanish Class of 1995 - 20 Year Reunion
Location: School of Management, Emm Lane, Bradford
Date and Time:
Sat 20 Jun 2015, 11:30 - 17:00
On Saturday 20 June members of the class of 1995 who studied on the BA Management Studies with French and/or Spanish between 1991 and 1995 were reunited at the School of Management 20 years on from their graduation. There were 15 students in attendance from a cohort size of 25 in total.
Group photo outside the Emm Lane Building
As part of the reunion alumni had lunch in the Atrium at Emm Lane followed by a guided tour of the School campus which helped rekindle memories of old and sparked much discussion amongst the group about the changes to the campus. A drinks reception was held in the Atrium following the tour and an exhibition of photos showcasing the 50 years, between 1964 and 2014, was put on display in the Sir Titus Salt Building.
Some of the group visited the University of Bradford city campus at Great Horton Road later in the day before going out for a meal at a nearby restaurant.
Some quotes and comments received from the alumni:
“Thanks for the excellent itinerary put together for us and the tour around the Management Centre. We all enjoyed reminiscing about what lectures we had/missed in which rooms and how the place has changed since we were there.” Stuart Criddle, Management Studies and French
“A big thank you for the fabulous organisation and super tour. The weekend really surpassed my expectations which were already high. Superb all round - really enjoyed it.” Helen Rowland, Management Studies and French
“It was an absolutely fantastic weekend. Thanks so much for rallying the troops and putting it together. I have laughed myself all the way back to Devon!” Matthew Robinson, Management Studies and Spanish
“It was great to see everyone and lovely to catch up on the intervening 20 years.” Claire Banks, Management Studies and French
“What a fantastic weekend spent reminiscing and tripping down memory lane. Really great to catch up after so long. Looking forward to the next one – let's not leave it another 20 years!” Brad Baker, Management Studies and Spanish