Entrepreneurs in Residence
The Faculty of Management and Law (FoML) has created the new role of Entrepreneur in Residence. The purpose of this position is to inspire students and members of staff within the faculty to embrace, practice and learn from entrepreneurial activities and help to identify opportunities to support our staff and students.
A new breed of entrepreneurial consultant
Students on our exiting new Masters programme, MSc Applied Management & Entrepreneurship (AME), have been working with Yorkshire based companies over the summer to develop real entrepreneurial ideas.
Occupational Therapy in a poem
Our first year students are visiting schools, colleges and other organisations to promote Occupational Therapy as part of Occupational Therapy Week 6-12 Nov 2017.
Bradford: Capital of Cycling
Bradford Capital of Cycling (in the cycling hub/former shoe shop opposite City Park) are offering free learn to ride cycle training for University staff and students on Tuesday afternoons.
Bradford cyber security master's degree gets GCHQ stamp of approval
The University of Bradford's master's degree in cyber security has been certified by Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ).
New £3m research centre moves another step forward
A new Yorkshire centre that will improve the health and wellbeing of children, the elderly, and the safety of patients in hospitals and clinics, has taken another step forward with the submission of building plans for approval.
Psychology Alumni return to Bradford to help students' employability
A group of recent psychology graduates returned to Bradford to engage with current students and share their experiences of life after graduation.
Mexico Alumni Event
A small group of Bradford graduates in Mexico recently attended a networking dinner in Mexico City (CDMX) - it was the first alumni event that the University of Bradford has hosted in Mexico.
Bradford Pharmacy team wins Collaborative Awards for Teaching Excellence
The Pharmacy Curriculum team at the University of Bradford has been recognised nationally with a Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) from the Higher Education Academy