News and Features
UNIVERSITY NEWS 04 OCT
A new £3.3 million business skills and growth project led by Birmingham City University launches next week, providing local companies with access to graduate recruits, interns and project staff...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 22 SEP
Birmingham City University and Universities UK International (UUKi) have come together to better understand the challenges preventing less advantaged students from studying abroad as part of...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 10 AUG
Prisoners in India have been given leading roles performing in Shakespeare plays as part of an innovative process aimed at rehabilitating offenders.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 19 JUL
The works of John Milton have been translated more than 300 times and into 57 different languages - including onto sheets of toilet paper by a Yugoslavian political prisoner – extensive new...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 14 JUL
Our Summer Show and our Creative Writing Summer show are the School of English’s contribution to the University's graduation show; 'Inspired Festival', held at the end of every academic year. ...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 13 JUL
A ground-breaking exhibition revealing the extent of the Muslim contribution to World War One has been given a temporary new home at the Greater Manchester’s Police headquarters.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 22 MAY
The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust is launching a new exhibition celebrating the vibrant cultural responses to Shakespeare across South Asia. From 26 May – 8 September , Shakespeare in South...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 19 MAY
Birmingham City University has announced a unique partnership with organisers of the city’s first urban greenfield music festival.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 27 MAR
Earlier this year, our School of English Creative Writing pathway students were approached by construction giants Willmott Dixon, who were seeking inspirational creative writing to mark the...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 17 MAR
Birmingham City University plans to have the whole city bouncing on Friday 24 March with ‘The Big Birmingham Bounce’ for Comic Relief taking place at its City Centre Campus.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 16 MAR
A Birmingham lecturer who discovered new details about Shakespeare and John Milton’s influence in the Middle East and the contribution of Muslim soldiers to World War One, has been named as one...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 03 FEB
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...