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Birmingham City University Vice-Chancellor Professor Cliff Allan will use his appointment to the Greater Birmingham & Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership (GBSLEP) to back moves towards a...
A Birmingham School of Acting student is celebrating after wowing judges to win a £2,500 Laurence Olivier bursary.
World renowned musician Julian Lloyd Webber starts work today as the new Principal of Birmingham Conservatoire, part of Birmingham City University, focused on ensuring all students graduate with...
A 22-year-old female criminology graduate currently working with male offenders in a Lancashire prison has just arrived in South Korea to represent Great Britain at the World University Games.
Two Birmingham Conservatoire composition students are celebrating after winning prestigious commissions.
Birmingham’s theatregoers can experience a modern take on the classical musical ‘Annie’ this week at mac Birmingham, in a production by Birmingham School of Acting.
Unwanted human hair has been transformed into wearable jewellery by a student who has taken ‘upcycling’ to a whole new level.
Radio graduates from Birmingham City University’s School of Media have fought off competition from global radio stations, networks and independent producers to win a trio of awards at the 2015 ...
A University initiative today proved to 12 and 13 year-old girls that engineering can be an enjoyable career for women, in a bid to address the fact that only 6% of engineers in the UK are female...
Competitors will battle for the prize of a large piece of brass cheese at the 2015 UK Micromouse competition, where robotic mice race against the clock to find the centre of a rodent sized maze....
A collection inspired by summer days has won Birmingham School of Jewellery student Danielle Laurent a commission from the UK’s largest jewellery retailer Argos.
Festival-goers off to Glastonbury next week are being urged to put health on a par with hedonism by putting condoms and baby wipes on the list of essentials to take with them.
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