University of Bradford - A fine partnership

November 5, 2009

Degree programmes have been launched in Pakistan by the University of Bradford. The university has teamed up with Namal College, founded three years ago in the Mianwali region by former cricketer Imran Khan to help improve education in the country. This academic year, 68 students from the college enrolled on Bradford degree courses, ranging from software engineering to mobile computing. Mark Cleary, Bradford's vice-chancellor, said the university was "committed to a long-term involvement that will see the development of a first-class higher education campus at Namal, which can offer high-quality diplomas and degrees to as many people as possible in the region".

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