The University of Bradford has the MyBradford team to support students and help them access the services they need.
There’s a range of ways the team can help students, and their services include:
The Personal Academic Tutor scheme means that students will have regular meetings with an assigned member of academic staff throughout their time at the University of Bradford. Students can discuss their personal and professional progress with their tutor on an ongoing basis.
There’s also the Student Life Team that help with any issues affecting student general welfare. The Students’ Union Student Advice Centre is based in Student Central and is open on weekdays all year round to advise and signpost students.
University of Bradford students on Whatuni say:
“The university support has been great, good contact with my personal academic tutor has helped me adapt to the change in circumstances.”
“Student support services at Bradford University allows all the students to take help when needed.”
“If you need support you can get it. At the same time the university wont baby you which is a good thing. All in all this is amongst the strongest features of the university. Most lecturers will tell you how to get help.”