- Business leader Keith Bradshaw OBE awarded honorary degree by Aston University
- Dr Bradshaw received the accolade in recognition of his various business achievements and his charitable work to support local young people
- He is chairman of the Listers Group, one of England’s largest privately owned motor groups
Keith generously funds The Keith Bradshaw Introduction to Healthcare programme which is designed to increase students' awareness of the various careers within the healthcare sector. Working with students in Years 8, 9 and 10 from schools within the Solihull, Birmingham and Black Country area, the programme aims to educate young people about opportunities within healthcare and the importance of achieving the right GCSE grades in order to pursue them.
The programme was launched in 2018 following the success of Aston’s Pathway to Healthcare Programme.
- Notes to Editors
Founded in 1895 and a University since 1966, Aston is a long established university led by its three main beneficiaries – students, business and the professions, and our region and society. Aston University is located in Birmingham and at the heart of a vibrant city and the campus houses all the university’s academic, social and accommodation facilities for our students. Professor Alec Cameron is the Vice-Chancellor & Chief Executive.
Aston University was named University of the Year 2020 by The Guardian and the University’s full time MBA programme has been ranked in the top 100 in the world in the Economist MBA 2021 ranking. The Aston MBA has been ranked 12th in the UK and 85th in the world.
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