News from the University of Bradford
Bradford named UK’s University of the Year for Social Inclusion
University’s first virtual careers fair ‘a great success’, say organisers
From Bradford to Bahrain and back again - the Yorkshire University that means business
University of Bradford and Barclays to support SMEs and start-ups
University secures three additional Athena SWAN awards
University of Bradford begins making ‘thousands of face shields’ as part of Covid-19 response
Dementia under lockdown: the moving accounts of those striving to be heard
University's reputation 'second to none' on International Nurses Day 2020
Experts gather to shine light on “forgotten services” closed due to Covid-19
Study backed by University of Bradford aims to keep spotlight on essential services for those living with dementia
University of Bradford offers advice to school-leavers worried about Covid-19 affecting 2020/21 intake
University of Bradford responds to concerns over 2020/2021 intake
Being a midwife is ‘a privilege’ say students at the University of Bradford
Celebrating the role of midwives on International Midwives Day 2020
How to make universities more inclusive? Hire more working-class academics
Published February 27, 2019 by Carole Binns, University of Bradford
Are working-class students and academics avoiding top universities?
Published October 21, 2019 by Carole Binns, University of Bradford
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