Bradford School of Management named Business School of the Year - 26 May 2021

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Bradford School of Management named Business School of the Year at Educate North awards

26 May 2021

The University of Bradford School of Management has been named Business School of the Year 2020 at the Educate North Awards.

Professor Sankar Sivarajah, Head of the School, said: “This is a real testament for all of the dedication and hard work that our staff have contributed to the success of the School. This award recognises the School’s outstanding performance in the areas of financial performance, teaching, research, student experience, innovation and economic impact.”

Initiatives highlighted included the Bradford Career Booster programme, which enables students to learn industry-relevant skills, and new programmes which are co-created with industrial partners, ensuring regional, national and global relevance through the Co-create@Bradford initiative. The Educate North Awards celebrates, recognises and shares best practice and excellence in the education sector in the North of England.

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