News and Features
UNIVERSITY NEWS 20 MAR
Final Year students were recently given the opportunity to take part in the Common Purpose event where they met successful School of English graduates and visited their workplaces. This event is...
OPINIONS 20 MAR
An academic at Birmingham City University’s School of English has shared his thoughts on The National Health Service (NHS) announcing this week that they’ll be changing some of the terminology on...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 15 FEB
Staff and students at Birmingham City University are planning a festival of 40 events in March to mark International Women’s Day.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 08 FEB
School of English students were recently introduced to their second semester by multidisciplinary artist, producer and playwright, Amhara Spence. Organised and delivered by the English staff and...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 18 DEC 2018
Birmingham City University has been shortlisted for a National Undergraduate Employability Award , in recognition of the institution’s initiatives to support students on their career journey.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 03 DEC 2018
Birmingham City University came away with two accolades at the annual Phoenix Newspaper Awards ceremony which took place on Friday 30 November.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 15 NOV 2018
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 2018
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 2018
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 2018
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 2018
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 2018
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...