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University of Bradford Motto Give invention light (from Shakespeare's Sonnet 38) Established 1966 - gained University Status by Royal Charter 1957 - Bradford Institute of Technology Endowment £3.7m[1] Chancellor Imran Khan[2] Vice-Chancellor Prof Mark Cleary Students 13,600[3] Undergraduates 9,110[3] Postgraduates 4,490[3] Location Bradford, England, UK 53°47′30″N 1°45′44″W / 53.79167°N 1.76222°W / 53.79167; -1.76222Coordinates: 53°47′30″N 1°45′44″W / 53.79167°N 1.76222°W / 53.79167; -1.76222 Former names Bradford Institute of Technology Colours University of Bradford Affiliations EQUIS AMBA University Alliance Website The University of Bradford (est.

1966) is a university in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England.

Formed from a technical college in 1966, there are three campuses: the main campus, located on Richmond Road, the School of Health, on Trinity Road, but due to move to the main campus in Summer 2011 School of Health New Build, and the School of Management, at Emm Lane.

Almost 25% of students are international students, and come from over 100 countries.92% of the university's domestic students come from the state sector.The University of Bradford was the first university in the UK to establish a Department of Peace Studies in 1973, and it is currently ranked first in the world for the subject.Its School of Management is also ranked third best in the UK[citation needed].The university is currently undergoing a £79 million redevelopment programme, to improve both its building and its accommodation, as well as its facilities for disabled students, who compose almost 6% of the total student population.

Contents 1 History 1.1 Early history and founding 1.2 1980s and 1990s 1.3 2000s and Ecoversity 2 Motto 3 Reputation 4 Administration 5 Schools 5.1 Engineering, Design and Technology 5.2 Health Studies 5.3 Computing, Informatics and Media 5.4 Lifelong education and development 5.5 Life Sciences 5.6 Bradford University School of Management 5.7 Social and International Studies 6 Students 6.1 Students' Union 6.2 Alumni 7 University Challenge 8 See also 9 References 10 External links 10.1 Video clips // History Early history and founding The university's Richmond Building and Atrium in February 2008 The university has its origins in the Bradford Schools of Weaving, Design and Building dating from 1860 which in 1882 became the Bradford Technical College. ^ UBU - Communal Building refit ^ UBU - List of Sports Teams ^ UBU - List of Societies ^ links University of Bradford website University of Bradford Union Video clips School of Computing, Informatics and Media You Tube channel Division of Rehabilitation Studies You Tube channel v • d • e Universities and colleges in Yorkshire and the Humber Universities Bradford · Huddersfield · Hull · Leeds · Leeds Metropolitan · Sheffield · Sheffield Hallam · York · York St John Further Education colleges Askham Bryan · Barnsley · Bishop Burton · Bradford · Calderdale · Craven · Dearne Valley · Doncaster · East Riding · Grimsby · Hull · Joseph Priestley · Kirklees · Leeds Art · Leeds Building · Leeds City · Leeds Music · Northern · North Lindsey · Rotherham · Selby · Sheffield · Shipley · Wakefield · York · Yorkshire Coast Sixth form colleges Franklin · Greenhead · Huddersfield New · John Leggott · Longley Park · NEW · Notre Dame · Scarborough · South Holderness · Thomas Rotherham · Wilberforce · Wyke v • d • e Universities in the United Kingdom England Anglia Ruskin · Aston · Bath · Bath Spa · Bedfordshire · Birmingham · Birmingham City · Bolton · Bournemouth · Bradford · Brighton · Bristol · Buckingham · Buckinghamshire New · Cambridge · Canterbury Christ Church · Central Lancashire · Chester · Chichester · Coventry · Cranfield · Creative Arts · Cumbria · De Montfort · Derby · Durham · East Anglia · Edge Hill · Essex · Exeter · Gloucestershire · Hertfordshire · Huddersfield · Hull · Keele · Kent · Lancaster · Leeds · Leeds Metropolitan · Leicester · Lincoln · Liverpool · Liverpool Hope · Liverpool John Moores · Loughborough · Manchester · Manchester Metropolitan · Newcastle · Northampton · Northumbria · Nottingham · Nottingham Trent · Oxford · Oxford Brookes · Plymouth · Portsmouth · Reading · Salford · Sheffield · Sheffield Hallam · Southampton · Southampton Solent · Staffordshire · Sunderland · Surrey · Sussex · Teesside · Thames Valley · Warwick · UWE · Winchester · Wolverhampton · Worcester · York · York St.In 1957, the Bradford Institute of Technology, was formed as a "College of Advanced Technology" to take on the running of higher education courses. John London University of London: Birkbeck · Central School of Speech and Drama · Courtauld Institute of Art · Goldsmiths · Heythrop · Institute of Cancer Research · Institute of Education · King's · London Business School · LSE · LSHTM · Queen Mary · Royal Academy of Music · Royal Holloway · Royal Veterinary College · St George's · SOAS · School of Pharmacy · UCL University of the Arts London: Camberwell · CSM · Chelsea · LCC · LCF · Wimbledon Others: Brunel · City · East London · Greenwich · Kingston · Imperial College · London Metropolitan · London South Bank · Middlesex · Roehampton · Royal College of Art · Westminster Scotland Aberdeen · Abertay Dundee · Dundee · Edinburgh · Edinburgh Napier · Glasgow · Glasgow Caledonian · Heriot-Watt · Queen Margaret · Robert Gordon · RSAMD · St Andrews · Stirling · Strathclyde · West of Scotland Wales Cardiff · Glamorgan University of Wales: Aberystwyth · Bangor · Glyndŵr · Newport · Swansea · Swansea Metropolitan · Trinity Saint David · UWIC Northern Ireland Queen's · Ulster Non−geographic Open University University colleges AUCB · Birmingham · Bishop Grosseteste · Falmouth · Harper Adams · Leeds Trinity · Marjon · Newman · Norwich · St. Mary's (Twickenham) · Stranmillis v • d • e University Alliance Aberystwyth • Bournemouth • Bradford • De Montfort • Glamorgan • Glasgow Caledonian • Gloucestershire • Hertfordshire • Huddersfield • Lincoln • Liverpool John Moores • Manchester Metropolitan • Northumbria • Nottingham Trent • Open • Oxford Brookes • Plymouth • Portsmouth • Salford • Sheffield Hallam • UWIC • Newport • West of England v • d • e Bradford metropolitan district Towns, villages, areas, suburbs and wards Addingham · Allerton · Apperley Bridge · Baildon · Belle Vue · Ben Rhydding · Bingley · Bingley Rural · Bingley ward · Bingley St Ives · Bolton and Undercliffe · Bowling and Barkerend · Bradford · Bradford Moor · Broadway · Burley in Wharfedale · Burley Woodhead · Buttershaw · City of Bradford · City ward · Clayton · Cottingley · Craven ward · Crossflatts · Cross Roads · Cullingworth · Cutler Heights · Denholme · East and West Morton · East Bowling · Eastburn · Eccleshill · Eldwick · Esholt · Forster Square · Gilstead · Great Horton · Greengates · Harden · Haworth · Haworth, Cross Roads and Stanbury · Heaton · Holme Wood · Idle · Idle and Thackley · Ilkley · Ingrow · Keighley · Keighley Central · Keighley East · Keighley West · Laisterdyke · Little Germany · Little Horton · Long Lee · Low Moor · Lumbfoot · Manningham · Menston · Oakenshaw · Oakworth · Odsal · Oldfield · Oxenhope · Queensbury · Riddlesden · Royds · Saltaire · Sandy Lane · Shipley · Silsden · Stanbury · Steeton · Steeton with Eastburn · Thackley · Thornbury · Thornton · Thornton and Allerton · Toller · Tong · Trident · Tyersal · Westfield · Wharfedale ward · Wibsey · Wilsden · Windhill and Wrose · Worth Valley · Wrose · Wyke Governance Politics · Constituencies · Council · Wards · Parishes Culture and Tourism Countryside and heritage Airedale · Brontë Country · Heaton Woods · Ilkley Moor · Judy Woods · Pennine Way · Saltaire International Heritage Centre · Wharfedale · Yorkshire Dales Buildings Bradford Cathedral · Bradford City Hall · East Riddlesden Hall · Lister Mills · Midland Hotel · Oakworth Hall · Ponden Hall · Salts Mill · The Gatehaus · Wool Exchange Theatres, halls & cinemas Bradford Alhambra · Cubby Broccoli Cinema · Ilkley Playhouse · IMAX · Keighley Picture House · Odeon Leeds-Bradford · Pictureville Cinema · St George's Hall · The Priestley Museums Bolling Hall · Bracken Hall Countryside Centre and Museum · Bradford Industrial Museum · Bronte Parsonage Museum · Cartwright Hall · Cliffe Castle Museum · Ilkley Toy Museum · Manor House Museum · Museum of Rail Travel · National Media Museum · Peace Museum · Transperience Shopping Rawson Quarter · Westfield · Wool Exchange Parks Bingley St Ives · Holden Park · Horton Park · Lister Park · Peel Park Heritage railways Embsay and Bolton Abbey Steam Railway · Keighley and Worth Valley Railway · Shipley Glen Tramway Hospitals Airedale Hospital · Bradford Royal Infirmary · St.Construction of the Richmond Building, the largest building on campus, began in 1963. The Horton Building and Chesham building were subsequently added, on the opposite side of Richmond Road. The Charter of Incorporation was granted in 1966, to create the University of Bradford; the then Prime Minister Harold Wilson became the university's first chancellor. 1980s and 1990s Expansion of the main campus continued in the 1980s, with the addition of the Library and Computer Centre, Communal Building, Pemberton Building and Ashfield Building.