Earlier this year Bradford College promoted the Helena Kennedy Foundation Awards (HKF) and invited students to submit an application form, giving them the chance to win a £100 College prize and the opportunity to be put forward for a Helena Kennedy Foundation Award.
Health officials and college principals travelled from across the region to attend the National Healthy College Conference lead by Healthy College Manager Jane Marshall and backed by Bradford College Principal Michele Sutton, OBE.
Bradford College students will receive two awards as part of the UK’s largest national festival of learning, Adult Learners’ Week (14-20 May), organised by the National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE).
Bradford College celebrated the success of its students during a special Style Awards Evening ceremony.The Awards Ceremony took place earlier this week and saw Hair and Beauty Therapy, Hospitality and Catering and Travel and Tourism students rewarded for their achievement, commitment and hard work.
Bradford College students held a topical and lively debate in the format of ‘BBC Question Time’ pitting their wits against a team of MPs and Councillors, including Philip Davies Conservative MP for Shipley, David Ward Liberal Democrat MP for Bradford East, Green Party Councillor Kevin Warnes and Labour Councillor Ralph Berry.
Restaurateurs are facing an ‘unprecedented Curry Crisis’ due to a tightening of immigration laws. Throughout the country, Indian restaurateurs say they are struggling with a staffing crisis, as they are finding it difficult to find skilled chefs.
Bradford College has announced it is to charge higher education tuition fees of £6700 from 2012 and for some of our Full-time Foundation Degrees, we will be charging £4000*. Take a look at the footage from the BBC about Bradford College’s Higher Education Fees for 2012...
Christopher Bracewell was announced as this year’s winner of the Academia Annual Student Awards during a special ceremony held at Bradford College. Impressing judges with his hard work and determination to succeed, Christopher Bracewell beat off stiff competition to scoop the prestigious award.
Visitors from Hamm, Germany jetted into the UK to find out more about the Healthy College Programme at Bradford College – and why Bradford College was one of the first colleges in the country to be awarded full ‘Healthy College’ status.
Bradford College is proud to host WorldSkills UK - the world’s largest, international skills competition where young people from across the globe compete to become the best of the best in their chosen skill.
Award winning author Rónán O’Beirne is challenging the library world with his ground-breaking new book ‘From Lending to Learning’ – The development and extension of public libraries.’
Naweed Ghany is tipped to become one of the leading players in the world of cricket as his career goes from strength to strength since he joined the Bradford College Cricket Academy in 2009.
Desma Brown, Masters Course Leader at Bradford College, jetted over to Valley View University Campus in Ghana, Africa earlier this year, accompanied by Bradford College Tutors David Grundy and Richard Layden as part of a cultural exchange programme.
Keda Cowling, the creator of the acclaimed reading manual Toe by Toe has been nominated for a ‘Sue Ryder Yorkshire Women of Achievement Award’. As a pioneer in education, the Bradford-based author is recognised for her groundbreaking work that transformed the lives of thousands of people across the world.
Bradford Police & College Boxing Academy ‘Inspires’ International Recognition Bradford College is rapidly becoming one of the leading players in boxing education - making huge strides since the opening of the Bradford Police & College Boxing Academy in September 2008. Now with an international reputation for excellence, elite boxers are jetting in from across the world to train at the high performance boxing centre.
Bradford College was proud to celebrate the success of the Early Entry ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) Consortium project during a formal ceremony held at the Ramada Bankfield Hotel, Bingley on 31st March.
Bradford College Web Developer, Solvita Rovite has now been crowned the National Champion for the ‘United Kingdom Traditional Karate Federation’ beating off stiff competition from almost 1,000 entries nationwide.
Bradford College played host to the best in new entrepreneurial talent, with the launch of the Bradford Enterprise Academy’s Bradford College Spring Fair. Inspired by the likes of Sir Alan Sugar, J.K Rowling and Richard Branson, students and staff used their entrepreneurial skills to sell a wide range of products.
Baroness Margaret Eaton visited Bradford College to speak to students studying on the B.A. (Hons) programme in Public Service Management, following an invitation by Lecturer Paul Spencer.
To celebrate the launch of Healthy College Week 2011, a series of innovative posters were devised by Bradford College students. To mark the achievements of the award winning designs, students were invited to attend a formal presentation ceremony, where the winners of the competition were revealed…