Behind the Scenes with the Events and Partnerships Team: Graduation is the biggest event of the year, but the events and partnerships team does more than coordinate this amazing…
BSc Animation and Special Effects graduate Antonela Pounder writes a letter to her former self, a young woman about to graduate from University in 2012. Looking back on her time as a Bradford student, Antonela doesn’t have any regrets and considers the many activities she took part in at University that have helped her to establish a successful career in the games industry until now.
After graduating from the University of Bradford with a degree in Electronic Engineering in 1997, Professor Triantafillos Koukoulas has gone on to make great contributions as a researcher in metrology with distinguished national and international organisations. The Alumni Team caught up with Triantafillos to have a chat about his time at Bradford as well as his career success following graduation.
To me, these are the words that define the University of Bradford: Giving invention light; Building an inclusive, Just and secure society; Knowledge for a changing world; Scanning the possibilities;…
Hi all, my name is Joe from Hong Kong. Time flies, I graduated my Bradford MBA in 2012. The study journey was very memorable, although it was not easy. I…
Modern Languages Braduate, Penny Rossiter, blogs about her time at Bradford during her studies and how she continues to keep in touch as an alumna.
Double Bradford graduate Felix J Prince Kankwamba reflects on his epic journey as a student, sab officer & staff member at the University of Bradford. After 8 awesome years in Bradford, Felix left for pastures new in 2018 but remains involved through the Alumni Association.
Iskren Ivanov, BA Graphics for Games 2016, blogs about his life-changing journey coming from Bulgaria to Bradford for his undergraduate studies. Currently working as a graphic design professional in the UK, Iskren is pleased to remain actively involved in University life as an alumnus having been elected to the University’s Alumni Association Executive Committee in 2018.
Andrew Welch, Civil and Structural Engineering graduate (BEng and PhD), blogs about a recent reunion of fellow Engineering Braduates and members of the European Concrete Canoe Championship-winning team, 30 years on from their double European triumphs of 1988 and 1989.
MBA alumnus Peter Lunio blogs about his involvement with the Alumni Association Executive Committee and the benefits and satisfaction he has gained from giving back to the University.