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University of Bradford 31st in UK for standard of teaching

Published: Thu 30 Jun 2016

New research from Times Higher Education has placed the University of Bradford 31 out of 120 for teaching excellence.

The research carried out by the Times Higher Education’s data team focused on graduate employment, student retention and student satisfaction.

Bradford scores 68 in THE’s analysis, placing it among the top in the UK.

Bradford Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian Cantor said: “This ranking demonstrates the progress that Bradford continues to make as a world-leading technology university. Our students can expect to be taught by outstanding academics who are not only inspirational leaders but are also at the cutting edge of research.”

The ranking comes just a few weeks after the University recorded one of the biggest rises in the country in the Guardian University League Table, soaring 20 places from 72 to 52 for the 2017 ranking.

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