University of Bradford Faculties
The University has grown significantly since it was granted its Royal Charter in 1966.
During this time its subject areas have been expanded and our teaching and research expertise is divided across five academic Faculties which each cover a broad range of specialisms.
Your course belongs to one of these five Faculties – which each have their own academics, facilities and research centres.
Engineering & Informatics
The Faculty incorporates the School of Engineering, the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and the School of Media, Design and Technology.
Our courses are strongly linked to industry and our graduates are highly regarded as well-rounded and hands-on.
Students from the Faculty of Health Studies graduate equipped with the employability skills they need to succeed in a wide range of healthcare and associated professions.
The Faculty is highly regarded for its Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professions courses.
Staff include leading academics, healthcare professionals and active researchers.
Service users will be involved in your studies from the beginning to end of your course.
Management & Law
The Faculty is based on our beautiful Emm Lane Campus, set in 14 acres of parkland a short distance from the main City Campus.
It’s made up of two schools – the School of Management and the School of Law.