News from 2020
Help with medication reduces hospital admissions in older patients
People aged 65 years and over are less likely to be readmitted to hospital if they are given help with their medication for three months after discharge, new research from the University of Bradford has found.
Keighley school achieves first Ofsted good rating
University Academy Keighley has achieved an Ofsted rating of good for the first time in its history and is now the only school in the town with the rating.
University hosts powerful performance looking at the issue of bullying and mental health
The University of Bradford is hosting a play by the Girlington Unity Girls Group that explores the issue of bullying.
Unlocking potential at Postgraduate Open Day
The University of Bradford is encouraging people to unlock new career opportunities through a postgraduate degree.
How the University of Bradford is fighting back against cancer
On World Cancer Day (4 February), we look back at the cutting-edge research taking place at the University, helping us understand and fight Cancer.
Career prospects boosted for Bradford Archaeology students thanks to new accreditation
The University of Bradford has received accreditation for its archaeology degrees from the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA) and University Archaeology UK (UAUK).
Back to school for new teaching technique
A teaching method used successfully to improve learning in higher education is to be introduced into UK secondary schools for the first time, as part of a new European research project.