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Students are considering who will get their vote in the wake of a packed University debate featuring politicians from all five English parties.
The digital future of the NHS will be the focus of a free Birmingham City University event next week.
Former pop star and Loose Women panellist Jamelia sparked fury earlier this week by declaring high street stores shouldn’t stock plus-size clothing.
A global authority on the music of French composer Messiaen will see his realisation of an unperformed work receive its world premiere at the BBC Proms in August.
The NHS has topped a Birmingham City University poll as the issue most important to students.
Students from Birmingham City University's Business School emerged as the winners of an international business competition in Germany last week, fending off competition from a host of European...
Professor Diane Kemp of the University's School of Media will step back in time this week when she broadcasts on BBC Radio Shropshire.
Band members from One Direction, magician Dynamo and comedian Michael McIntyre were amongst the a-list celebrities who made an appearance at a charity ball organised and hosted by Birmingham City...
Students are being urged to register to vote before the deadline of Monday 20 April. If you don’t register, you can’t vote in the forthcoming General Election on May 7.
Students and graduates from Birmingham Conservatoire are to transport music fans from Hogwarts to a galaxy far away next week, as they bring film scores to life with a live symphony orchestra.
A 'holy trinity' of investment in transport, housing and education is needed to improve regional productivity, a Birmingham City University economic conference has heard.
The current housing crisis cannot be resolved by simply building more homes, a Birmingham City University expert warns the Conservative Party as they launch their manifesto.
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