BSc Archaeological Sciences 2002,
Senior Lecturer in Forensic Criminology at the University of New England, Author and Television Presenter
After graduating from Bradford in 2002 Xanthe Mallett has established herself as a leading forensic anthropologist, criminologist and television presenter. She is a Senior Lecturer in Forensic Criminology at the University of New England and, alongside teaching and inspiring students in the lecture theatre, has undertaken casework and research specialising in human craniofacial biometrics and hand identification, and behaviour patterns of paedophiles, particularly online. In her professional capacity she has helped to solve a number of high profile cases that gained national and international press coverage and in which paedophiles were successfully prosecuted partially as a result of hand comparison evidence.
Manager, University of Bradford China and East Asia Office
About thirteen years ago, Ding Lei decided to take some advice given to him by his mother's friend to go and study abroad. He chose Bradford as his preferred destination to study for an MSc in International Business and Management. After graduating in 2004, he soon found himself promoting UK education in China. This led to him reconnecting with his alma mater and he is now managing the University of Bradford's China and East Asia Office. We caught up with Ding Lei to find out more about his journey as a student, coming to the UK, a graduate, and now as an employee of Bradford.
Programme Manager, National Institute for Health Research
- From Harare, Zimbabwe
- Graduated with BSc (Hons) in Technology and Management 2003
- Currently a Programme Manager, National Institute for Health Research
BPharm and MPharm, 2003
Clinical Practice Pharmacist at Robin Lane Health and Wellbeing Centre
"Pharmacy is constantly changing and the more you put into it, the more you get out of it. It is a springboard into any area you desire. It’s all about choice, knowing what you want to achieve, being the best you can be, making a difference and taking the risk. There are many directions to take. Open your hands to change but don’t drop your values."
Author, Associate Professor at Fayetteville State University
"I earned my Bradford PhD in philosophy in 2000, at the age of 53. Since then I have been engaged in a number of interesting activities. In 2001-2002 I worked as a consultant for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) as part of its Accounting Reform project in Bosnia. I spent 13 months there, alternating between Sarajevo and Banja Luka. I was placed in charge of assisting the Finance Ministry convert the country to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). I was also in charge of helping all 8 universities upgrade their accounting curricula to include International Standards."
Radio Producer for BBC Asian Network
Proudly stating she was "born and raised in Bradford”, Amn made a late decision to stay home to continue her studies at university. Amn studied both her undergraduate and postgraduate degrees at the University of Bradford. "I did apply to other universities, but when I received my results I decided that I wanted to stay local! "I was able to stay close to my family and friends. Most of the friends I made at university weren’t from Bradford, so I got to meet a lot of different people."
- From Quebec, Canada
- Wanted to pursue PhD research
- Most memorable moment was field training
Heloise chose the University of Bradford because it was one of two programmes that really interested her.