In this month's issue we bring
you the latest news on the proposed merger, with the launch of the public
consultation. The people of Bradford and the surrounding area are
being invited to attend a number of public meetings - in Ilkley, Shipley,
Keighley and Bradford - to express their views and to find out what this
exciting development would mean for the region.
Meanwhile, the University has
successfully applied for funding to expand its student
base from September. The funding, from the Higher Education Funding
Council for England (HEFCE), will support additional students to enrol
onto the University's Foundation Degrees.
to right: Dean of Students Adrian Pearce, Students' Union Women's Officer
Kate Greenfield, and Mike Habergham of the University's Security, at the
launch of the new Securitxt scheme.
Also, the University, together
with other public sector organisations, has reaffirmed its support for
equal rights and diversity by signing a joint
statement which recognises commitment to working towards eliminating all
forms of discrimination, inequality, exclusion, victimisation, harassment
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