University of Bradford

University of Bradford

With almost 50 years of academic excellence behind us as a University, we have continued to grow our international reputation and course provision. We have always been pioneers in developing new course subjects, reflecting and anticipating the needs of employers, our students, and of society as a whole.

The University of Bradford was the first university outside London to offer part-time degree courses, and our courses are designed in response to the changing business, social, scientific and environmental landscape.

From the first modern Business School, which has an international reputation, to the first Peace Studies degree, we continue to offer relevant, practical and useful learning for all our students.

Today our associations with employers have expanded across the globe. Our collaborations range from associations with local employers through our employer engagement initiatives, to overseas partnerships including those in Singapore, Brunei, Malaysia, Pakistan and India.

We are a technology University offering business solutions supported by world leading facilities and expertise in the centre of Bradford.

We can help your business address opportunities and challenges through partnerships and projects.

Gain access to leading edge facilities and academic experts through our Faculties and Centres, who can help you design and re-design your product range, services and infrastructure to give you a competitive edge.

Our range of government funding schemes can cover some or all of your costs.

Our new £6m outstanding BREEAM rated Bright Building on the City Campus, is purpose build as the new front door for the University’s business with meeting and seminar space and flexible and collaborative office space for SMEs.  Our resident Business Partnerships Team is on-hand to help identify how the University can support you. The building is also home to the University’s Re:centre.

Re:centre is part financed by the European Union. The project has attracted £2.7 million from the European Regional Development Fund the Yorkshire and Humber ERDF Programme 2007-13. The Centre has also attracted funding from the Higher Education Funding Council for England and University of Bradford.

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