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Bradford named University of the Year for Social Inclusion

19 May 2020

Bradford named University of the Year for Social Inclusion

The University of Bradford has been named as the University of the Year for Social Inclusion by The Times and Sunday Times University Guide 2020.

This prestigious national award recognises Bradford’s outstanding impact on social inclusion that ensures all students, irrespective of their background, are supported to achieve their potential and go on to achieve success.

Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bradford, Professor Shirley Congdon, said: “This award, and ranking 3rd out of 130 UK universities, reflects our enduring focus on social inclusion and enabling students from socially and economically diverse backgrounds to maximise their talents while achieving positive academic and graduate employment outcomes."

Bradford is a diverse and welcoming city, located in the heart of the UK, offering affordable living costs, excellent transport links and placements and internships with a network of partners.

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