Bradford College Sports Foundation degree student and first class cricketer Charlie Roebuck is tipped to become one of the leading players in the world of cricket as his career goes from strength to strength after he recently returned from captaining a Leeds Bradford MCCU team tour in South Africa.
The annual Bradford College Textile Archive Award provides a unique opportunity for textile students and designers to respond to selected items from the College’s rich collection of fabric samples going back over 100 years.
Bradford College students had a star turn at the national textile awards this week. Hosted by the Bradford Textile Society, the event was held at Salts Mill, a stunning UNESCO heritage site with its origins in the textile industry. The awards ceremony was attended by budding designers, established enterprises and organizations, teachers, students and others from the world of fashion and fabric manufacture and design.
Three former students of Bradford College have been chosen by the Association of Colleges to be listed on the Association’s prestigious 2013 Gold Awards Roll of Honour.
Bradford College has been shortlisted for two national awards in recognition of its work with apprentices studying to become Pharmacy Assistants and Technicians and Dental Nurses.
Students from Bradford College had a ‘reel’ chance to shine and enjoy the glitz and glamour of a red carpet screening for two new movies that they helped to create.
Bradford College AASE Boxing student Olly Simpson was honoured this week at the British Colleges’ Sport Annual Gala Dinner in Burton-on-Trent winning the trophy for National Student of the Year 2013.
The new Bradford-WWI Film School now has its own website: www.bradfordfilmschool.co.uk.
A major one-day event takes place in Bradford next week to encourage the city’s residents to ‘Speak Out’ against street harassment.‘Speak Out – No to Harassment’ is a city-wide campaign+n highlighting the issues around both street harassment and sexual harassment.
Bradford College hosted a successful Colloquium, with participants and experts from a range of universities and other organisation. The subject: CATS, the system whereby students on particular courses can build up credits bit by bit, by studying for short periods at different institutions and then combining these points to achieve qualifications.
The winners of the Matchfit National Junior Curry Chef competition have been crowned in a hotly fought cook off contest in Bradford – the UK’s curry capital.
Now in its sixth consecutive year, the Staff Awards for Excellence was the vision of Bradford College Principal, Michele Sutton, OBE, held to mark the achievements of individuals and groups of people who play a vital role in making the College an outstanding place to work and study.
An Oscar style ceremony was held to mark the achievements and pay tribute to Further Education students at Bradford College during the Rising Stars Awards Evening 2013.
Bradford College held for the 3rd year running a Style Academy Show. Visitors and guests were treated to an exclusive catwalk show, modelled by students from Catering and Hospitality, Travel and Tourism and Hair and Beauty.
Bradford College has been applauded for the jobs focus of its Law degree provision. The College has undergone a revalidation of its Law courses in the wake of growing interest in legal careers among students.
More than 250 students battled it out in the finals of Matchfit – a new Yorkshire and Humber initiative designed to showcase skills and talent
Italian student Rosanna Cuomo is being mentored by a Bradford College lecturer after reading one of his articles back in Rome. Rosanna, 23, is spending a month at the College receiving extra supervision on her MA dissertation from Dr Khosro Jahdi, a senior lecturer in Marketing.
Apprentices from Bradford College took top honours in the NHS Yorkshire and Humber Apprenticeship Awards 2013. Gemma Cryer, an advanced apprentice in pharmacy, was crowned Clinical Apprentice of the Year at the awards, held at the end of National Apprenticeship Week 2013 at the Marriott Hotel, Leeds.
The cast of West End's favourite musical comedy, Hairspray, paid a visit to Bradford College Salon, Centenary Hair and Nails, on the opening night of the award winning production to have their big-hair backcombed and beehived to within an inch of its life.
Marking the start of National Apprenticeship Week, two Bradford College apprentices John Holland (22) and James Carroll (21) have had the opportunity to put what they have learnt on their Higher Level Apprenticeship in Construction and Built Environment (Sustainability) course, quite literally to the test. Beating off stiff competition from hundreds of apprentices across the country, they have made it into the national finals of a prestigious apprenticeship competition which will take place later this week at the Strand, London.