News and Features
UNIVERSITY NEWS 15 NOV
The founder of Cadbury, actress Dame Julie Walters and activist Malala Yousafzai have been voted as some of the most inspirational Brummies, following a public vote in celebration of Birmingham...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 02 NOV
Osama bin Laden’s weekly visits to Shakespeare’s birthplace and the Bard’s historic links to the Gunpowder Plot will be among the stories explored in a new documentary airing on BBC Radio 3.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 06 SEP
Gender, media and sexuality scholars from across the country will gather at Birmingham City University on Wednesday 12 September for a day of discussion and research presentations on masculinity....
UNIVERSITY NEWS 03 SEP
The poetry of 19th century icon Elizabeth Siddall is to be published for the first time according to her original manuscripts - more than 150 years after her death.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 30 AUG
Historic anti-Semitism is directly mirrored by Islamophobia today according to a new study which analyses how portrayals of Jewish characters in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice reflect...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 15 AUG
Eight leading universities in the Midlands – including Birmingham City University – are joining together to train the next generation of highly-skilled arts and humanities researchers, thanks to...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 09 JUL
Due to popular demand, the Pop-Up Reading Room returns to Birmingham City University this week (Thursday 12 July), this time with a focus on writing and research.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 05 JUN
Visitors to Birmingham City University’s Inspired Family Day on Saturday 9 June will be given the chance to star in their own play, design their own railway or take part in a range of...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 25 MAY
Birmingham City University has strengthened its position as a leading provider of creative arts education by appointing Professor Alison Honour as Pro-Vice Chancellor and Executive Dean of its ...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 16 MAY
West Midlands Mayor Andy Street has opened a £5 million state-of-the-art collaborative space for businesses, artists and academics to work together on new innovative projects.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 18 APR
An exhibition celebrating Shakespeare’s impact across South Asia is being held at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire this month.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 17 APR
Media and English students have collectively helped Birmingham City University receive the Uni News ‘most read university’ award for March 2018.