Professor Brian Cantor has been appointed as our new Vice-Chancellor.
Graduates, Antonela Pounder and Sally Blake returned to the University to advise current students on how to get in to the game industry.
The University of Bradford has been ranked within the top 25 greenest universities in the world, making it the top greenest university in the North of England.
Kaye Elling discusses the rise of women gamers within the UK.
Fans of the BBC show can use the Bradford Robotic Telescope to explore the stars.
Julia Buxton from the School of Social and International Studies shares her thoughts on the current political uncertainty in Venezuela on the BBC Newshour programme.
The city's annual carol service takes place at Bradford Cathedral on Monday 17 December. If you can't make it you can watch a live stream of the service produced by students and staff frrom the Bradford Media School.
Find out why the annual animation festival at the National Media Museum is an exciting time for the University.
On Wednesday 24 October we launched our Student Charter which places our commitment to the student experience at the heart of all that we do.
17-21 October 2012
Following the success of the British Science Festival last year, the University of Bradford will be taking part in the first Bradford Science Festival.
The Media and Conflict Interchange starts today at the National Media Museum.
Organised by the Bradford Media School and Department of Peace Studies. Each film will be introduced by one of our academics.
Dr Kamyar Afarinkia talks at the Otley Science Festival about new discoveries in cancer medicines.
University signs scholarships contract with Ford Motor Company worth £100,000
Archaeological Science staff examine a canoe thought to be a relic of World War II with Lord Paddy Ashdown.
See the winning photos taken by our students on exchanges and work placements around the world.
The former Mayor of London is keynote speaker at BASE event
Students, graduates, lecturers and stuffed animals to complete optometry charity bike ride
This week, the BBC programme Stargazing Live with Dara O Briain and Professor Brian Cox has been capturing the nation's imagination by looking at the stars.
With 22% of our students joining us from over 110 different countries, we are used to giving newcomers to Bradford a very warm welcome.