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University of Bradford marks International Women In Engineering Day with panel of high achievers
‘Never been a better time to become a mental health nurse’ say course leaders
All students guaranteed bursary of between £5,000 and £8,000 a year - and graduates have ‘pick of jobs’
Bradford coders win prestigious sprint-coding ‘hackathon’ competition
University of Bradford Computer Science students praised for innovative ‘camouflaged’ domestic abuse app
World Refugee Week: Online exhibition explores identity and purpose
Arts Trail exhibition moves online following coronavirus outbreak
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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