8 July 2020
Welcome to our newsletter, helping to keep you up to date with all the activity and support available over the next week.
You can go to our digital version of this newsletter here.
We have lots of academic sessions coming up next week. They are a fantastic way to find out more about lots of different subjects, to help you think about what you might want to study at university. Many of our academics will also be running sessions focusing on their research, which will help to show your passion for your subject when writing your personal statement later this year. Below are our next few academic sessions. Please visit our webinars webpage for a full list, covering all faculties.
- 8 July: The beginner’s guide to shooting for drama with a Sony A7 (3-4PM)
Interested in media and gaining experience at home? The Sony A7 has become the affordable “go-to” film camera option for low budget productions. In this live workshop, I’ll go through the practical utilisation of a Sony A7 Mark III 24.2 Megapixel Full Frame Digital Camera, looking at best capture setting options, choice of lens focal lengths, ND filters, audio options and basic framing advice. You can register here
- 10 July: How Paramedic students have contributed to the covid-19 pandemic (3:30-4:30PM)
The UoB programme is a four-year degree and three of the four years are working on front line ambulances whilst the Year 1’s have all volunteered to help out in various roles. The presentation will talk about the roles that students are working in and how we have prepared them for that. You can register here
- 14 July: Medical materials for the detection of bacteria or fungi (2-3 PM)
This webinar describes our work on smart polymers that respond to pathogens for combating ant-microbial resistance and possible treatments against fungal diseases. We include chemical synthesis, polymer physics, micro and cell biology. Particular interest for students that would like to find out more about Cellular Microbiology. You can register here
- 16 July: The Politics of the Ebola Epidemic in West Africa (10-11 AM)
This webinar will examine the international, national and local responses to the Ebola Crisis in West Africa, 2014-16. You can register here
Post 16 Activity
- 14 July: Health Care courses Student Funding overview (12:30-1:30 PM)
Join this webinar for an overview of the funding available to students studying on nursing, midwifery and allied health profession courses. Our Student Life Team will talk you through the funding available through Student Finance England, the NHS and the University of Bradford and they will also be available to answer any questions you may have about managing your money. You can register here
- 14 July: Alternatives to Work Experience and Volunteering (3:30–4:30 PM)
In the current situation, gaining work experience and/or volunteering, may seem a lot harder or you may have had planned placements that have had to be cancelled. This session will look at possible alternatives, how to use your existing experiences to showcase your skills and other ways to show passion and enthusiasm for your chosen subject. You can register here
- 16 July: Action Planning (3:30–4:30 PM)
Top tips for focusing your ideas and deciding what steps to take to achieve your goals, as you prepare to select universities, courses, plan for the future and begin writing your personal statement. You can register here
The University of Bradford Progression Scheme is designed to benefit undergraduate applicants whose personal and educational circumstances mean they could be less likely to receive an offer based on our standard entry criteria.
If you are eligible for the progression scheme, some of our webinars will include a short question related to the topic for you to go away and answer and return via email. Following the receipt of this email, this will count as attendance at one of the two-outreach workshops. Pleased note this is only for selected webinars, for full details: Progression Scheme Webinars
The Recruitment and Outreach team are pleased to announce that we have launched our own twitter account @UniBradOutreach, so we can keep you in touch with our activities and how we can support you and your students, both now and in the future.
Applying this year?
CLEARING is now open for 2020. You can apply directly to our courses in clearing, or find out more information. See our clearing page.
Our UK Recruitment Team is working remotely to support you and your students and can be contacted at: email@example.com or call 01274 236088.
We also have a dedicated page specifically for applicants on Frequently Asked Questions about applying during the Corona virus (Covid-19) outbreak.