Social Research and Evaluation Unit

The Social Research and Evaluation Unit (SREU) was established in 2012 to look into social concerns, both within the University and beyond.

SREU are a team of social researchers which focuses on policy and practice relating to vulnerable groups in society. The unit have built up a range of partnerships with European universities, NGOs and other agencies to examine phenomenon that affect the most vulnerable in society. In addition, the unit carries out higher education institutional research in line with its roots in investigating the student experience at Birmingham City University.

Below you'll find information about SREU's history, current projects, journals managed at SREU and current staff members.

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About Our Unit

SREU has its beginnings in the late 1980s, and has continued to examine and research society ever since.
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Our Projects

SREU has a diverse collection of ongoing projects, ranging from education reform to protecting vulnerable people.
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SREU Journals

SREU publish two journals - Quality in Higher Education, and the International Journal of Prisoner Health.
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Our People

Find out more information about the members who contribute to the Social Research and Evaluation Unit.
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