Bradford Bulls are Boxing Clever after signing an exclusive sponsorship deal with Bradford College. The lucrative deal will see both parties involved in a 3 year deal which will benefit both parties.
Bradford College is proud to announce it has been approved as a founder hub member of the National Skills Academy for Environmental Technologies.
The ‘Focus on Food’ bus arrived at Bradford College for a week long visit to revolutionize the way we think about food. The Focus on Food Campaign was set up following a national decline in cooking ability and teaching, coupled with rising health problems caused by poor diet and lack of food knowledge and skills.
Dressed in mortarboards and gowns, hundreds of graduands beamed with delight as they stepped up to receive their Honours Degrees from Bradford College Principal, Michele Sutton, OBE, during the annual Festival of Achievement.
Bradford College's women's boxing programme has been granted the ‘Inspire mark’, the badge of the London 2012 Inspire programme which recognises innovative and exceptional projects directly inspired by the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Local students Wasim Ahmed and Asif Qadir have been presented with a highly sought after Helena Kennedy Foundation Award in a ceremony at the House of Lords. Wasim Ahmed and Asif Qadir received their awards from human rights lawyer and peer Baroness Helena Kennedy QC in recognition of their achievements in reaching higher education.
Bradford College students and staff joined Sir Terry Wogan, Tess Daly and Fearne Cotton, on Friday 19th November 2010, to help raise money for the BBC’s Children in Need appeal. The charity aims to make a positive change to the lives of disadvantaged children and young people in the UK.
Bradford Police & College Boxing Academy has been selected to become a designated High Performance Boxing Centre for aspiring boxers aged 16-19 years by the Amateur Boxing Association of England (ABAE) and England Colleges Amateur Boxing Association (ECABA) (older boxers up to 21-years-old may be accepted onto the programme, subject to meeting academic and boxing criteria)
Bradford College was proud to host a special event to promote excellence in science teaching and learning in conjunction with the Yorkshire Branch of the Association for Science Education (ASE) - the largest subject association in the UK.
A local student has been presented with a highly sought after Helena Kennedy Foundation award in a ceremony at the House of Lords. Victoria Lester received her award from human rights lawyer and peer Baroness Helena Kennedy QC in recognition of her achievements in reaching higher education.
Bradford College is helping to boost female participation in Boxing and is rapidly becoming one of the leading players in boxing education - making huge strides since the opening of the Academy Boxing Club in 2008. The latest star to emerge from the Academy is Saira Tabasum - with her first win over Rachel Simpson from Penrith Elite ABC.
Following the Health Minister for England, Paul Burstow’s recent announcement that he is determined to give "mental health parity with physical health in the NHS”, there has never been a better time to raise public awareness about mental health issues.
The innovative Hair and Beauty Department at Bradford College have launched their first training establishment for qualified Hair and Beauty therapist professionals called ‘The Academy’. The launch for regional employers took place at the home of The Academy; the Three Valleys Centre on North Street in Keighley.
UKBFF British Heavyweight Champion Patrick Warner came back to his home town of Bradford to speak to students and staff about his rise to the top - and how hard work and determination to succeed have got him where he is today.
Bradford College are backing Heart Research UK’s (HRUK), ‘Treasure your Heart’ campaign. The College has been working in collaboration with Yorkshire’s own national heart charity, in a bid to give hearts a health boost.
Bradford College’s annual Festival of Achievement Awards Evening was held in the Sir Henry Mitchell Hall, to mark the achievements and pay tribute to Further Education students at the College.
Bradford College are proud to announce their involvement in the Commonwealth Games 2010 Cultural Programme. Principal Michele Sutton, OBE jetted out to the vibrant city of New Delhi this week, accompanied by students and other high level College officials to attend the games.
Bradford College's Women's Boxing Programme has now been recognised as part of the London 2012 Inspire Programme. The Inspire programme recognises innovative and exceptional projects that are directly inspired by the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Inspired by the likes of Sir Alan Sugar and Richard Branson, former Bradford College student, Faheem Rehman is a business force to be reckoned with. Hard working Faheem’s determination to succeed has seen him swap his job at McDonalds - for a job as the Managing Director of his own thriving business at the age of 25. So how did Faheem climb to prominence and wealth from his humble beginnings?...
Yorkshire now boasts the largest number of Michelin Star restaurants in the UK. There certainly isn’t a lack of great food in Yorkshire. The Level6 Restaurant also prides itself on creating culinary masterpieces that have been cooked, served and presented by Bradford College students – many of which have gone on to become award winning chefs or work in prestigious Michelin Star restaurants.