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UNIVERSITY NEWS 10 FEB 2017
Associate Professor Richard Jordan, Director of International Partnerships for the Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment (CEBE) has been building links with the University’s...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 09 FEB 2017
Second year Mechanical Engineering students took part in a workshop led by Katie Maynard-Cresswell of Engineers Without Borders. She introduced students to the organisation’s ‘Engineering for...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 03 FEB 2017
Professor Bashir Makhoul, Deputy Vice-Chancellor at Birmingham City University, is exhibiting once again at Liverpool’s Bluecoat, as the art centre beings a 300-day programme celebrating its...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 13 JAN 2017
Researchers at Birmingham City University are hoping to transform the fortunes of magnesium this year, by showcasing it as a viable alternative for luxury car makers and the aerospace industry. ...
STUDENT LIFE 21 DEC 2016
A visit to the Magical Lantern event at Birmingham Botanical Gardens was the last event of this year for the Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Built Environment (CEBE) international students...
STUDENT LIFE 29 NOV 2016
Students from the School of Engineering and the Built Environment have won the first and third prizes in the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Region 8 International Competition.
STUDENT LIFE 14 NOV 2016
Following requests from students, the Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment (CEBE) has set up an International Student Buddy scheme. The aim of the project is to form a team...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 31 OCT 2016
Aston University and Birmingham City University have launched .
OPINIONS 27 OCT 2016
By Claudia Carter, Reader in Environment Governance Development debates often tend to juxtapose environmental concerns with the need for economic growth and job creation. The decision by...