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Staff from Birmingham City University will be among the leading organisations hosting stands at this year’s Big Bang Fair event later this month.
UK manufacturing cannot ignore the crucial importance of cutting edge design if it is to remain globally competitive, a Design Council event hosted by Birmingham City University will hear.
Ed Miliband’s pledge to reduce tuition fees to £6,000 a year could be good for young people but will only work if a future government follows through on fully funding the shortfall, our...
The Bishop of Birmingham has issued a plea for religious tolerance ahead of a government conference in the city on community cohesion in the wake of the Trojan Horse inquiry.
Birmingham locals will have the opportunity to engage with policy makers on issues that are affecting their communities, at a panel debate led by Lord Ahmad next week.
Work is underway on transforming derelict Eastside land into new canal-side accommodation and retail space for students of Birmingham City University.
Almost eight out of ten people cannot recall the names of the UK’s most notorious serial killers, paedophiles or their victims, despite the wall-to-wall media coverage of these cases over the...
Despite efforts to reduce suicide rates in recent years, sportsmen and women still need more support to find a purpose when they retire, says Warwickshire's Director of Cricket, Dougie Brown.
For the third time in four years a student from the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work has been named Cavell Nurses’ Trust's Outstanding Student Nurse of the year.
Max Branning would be the number one suspect in a real life situation, claims Birmingham City University’s Dr Liz Yardley ahead of this week’s revelation in EastEnders’ ‘Who killed Lucy Beale?’...
The £600m ‘Carbanak' cyber-heist of 100 financial institutions shows how it is the employees in any organisation that are the greatest threat to IT security, an expert warned.
The Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences is to provide joint awards in nursing with the University of Mauritius.
This is the first time that the University will offer nursing...
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