News from the University of Bradford
Bradford named UK’s University of the Year for Social Inclusion
Help with medication reduces hospital admissions in older patients
About the UCU strike action commencing Thursday 20 February
Keighley school achieves first Ofsted good rating
University hosts powerful performance looking at the issue of bullying and mental health
Unlocking potential at Postgraduate Open Day
How the University of Bradford is fighting back against cancer
Career prospects boosted for Bradford Archaeology students thanks to new accreditation
New mock court room to be opened by top judge Lady Hale
A state-of-the-art mock court will be officially opened at the University of Bradford by renowned judge Lady Brenda Hale.
Ancient secret of stone circles revealed
New evidence of a massive lightning strike at the centre of a hidden stone circle in the Outer Hebrides, may help shed light on why these monuments were created thousands of years ago.
University receives funding to help regional SMEs
The University of Bradford has recently received funding through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) for a new three year project that will help chemical manufacturing businesses in the region.
Are working-class students and academics avoiding top universities?
Published October 21, 2019 by Carole Binns, University of Bradford
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