News from the University of Bradford
Bradford named UK’s University of the Year for Social Inclusion
New mock court room to be opened by top judge Lady Hale
Ancient secret of stone circles revealed
University receives funding to help regional SMEs
New Head of the School of Social Sciences
Professor Rae Earnshaw scholarships support 10 students
Financial statements 2018/19
International expert in dementia care comes to Bradford
Plastic Surgery and Burns Research Unit director awarded Professorship
Consultant plastic surgeon Ajay L Mahajan has been awarded a Professorship at the University of Bradford in recognition of his academic achievements.
Pharmacy students take part in Self Care Week
Students from the University are working in collaboration with Living Well, a joint programme between the Council and the three NHS Bradford district and Craven clinical commissioning groups (CCGs), to deliver self-care messages to people across the district.
University highlights antibiotic resistance threat
The University of Bradford is raising awareness of antibiotic resistance and the impact it may have on society in a series of events for World Antibiotic Awareness Week.
Funding enables training for the next generation of paramedics
The University of Bradford has received funding from longstanding supporters Sovereign Health Care for the purchase of essential resuscitation training equipment.
Are working-class students and academics avoiding top universities?
Published October 21, 2019 by Carole Binns, University of Bradford
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