News and events
UNIVERSITY NEWS 03 DEC
Birmingham City University came away with two accolades at the annual Phoenix Newspaper Awards ceremony which took place on Friday 30 November.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 29 NOV
On Giving Tuesday (27 November), former England cricketer Ashley Giles switched on the lights for Birmingham City University’s Macmillan Tree of Light at a festive event in aid of Macmillan...
IN INDUSTRY 26 NOV
Ashok Patel from Department of Life Sciences at BCU will be swapping a lab coat for legislation when he visits Steve McCabe MP at the House of Commons for a week in Westminster.
OPINIONS 26 NOV
The ‘Face of Suffrage’ art exhibition, which recently appeared in Birmingham’s New Street Station, is a floor-based, photo mosaic made up of more than 3,700 images of women, including Dr...
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 14 NOV
Student nurses in Birmingham will be given a number of specialist training sessions focussing on how to prevent pressure ulcers, to mark Worldwide Pressure Ulcer Prevention Day (Thursday 15...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 06 NOV
New research has found that providing bilingual therapy is vital to improving developmental language disorders in dual-language children.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 02 NOV
A Birmingham City University Radiotherapy graduate has won a prestigious award which will be presented by the Society of Radiographers at a ceremony in November.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 17 OCT
Birmingham City University will be marking International Stammering Awareness Day on Monday 22 October, with an event showcasing the work and stories of people who stammer.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 09 OCT
Researchers at Birmingham City University are set to host the institution’s first ‘Menopause Café’ this month, in celebration of World Menopause Day on Thursday 18 October.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 03 OCT
A Birmingham project which uses sport to improve the employability and life skills of disadvantaged young people has joined forces with Birmingham City University in an exciting new partnership.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 02 OCT
A Birmingham City University academic is celebrating after her book exploring pain has been recognised with an accolade at the British Medical Association’s Medical Book Awards.