News from Birmingham School of Media
UNIVERSITY NEWS 09 MAY
The Birmingham Indian Film Festival (BIFF) returns to the UK city this summer for its fourth consecutive year, hosting curated premieres of South Asian independent films, that offer rare...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 23 APR
The world’s largest festival of public science talks will see more than 30 scientists take the stage in pubs across Birmingham in May, discussing everything from dark matter and DNA to sex and...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 20 APR
A 22-year-old Birmingham-based cancer survivor who received a life-saving bone marrow transplant from her brother has launched a musical campaign to help others.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 17 APR
Media and English students have collectively helped Birmingham City University receive the Uni News ‘most read university’ award for March 2018.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 16 APR
From starring in your own play, jewellery making and designing your own railway, to science experiments, craft workshops and a Commonwealth Games-inspired sports day, Birmingham City University...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 13 APR
Long-lost footage of Adam West’s Batman teaching road safety to children will be screened for the first time in over 50 years to kick off a nationwide hunt for 100 missing telly gems.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 12 APR
A group of academics will be flying the flag for Birmingham City University this weekend as they take part in the Commonwealth Games Handover Ceremony.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 04 APR
Here at the School of Media, we have fantastic connections with industry as illustrated by our Sky Scholarship Scheme. The scheme allows selected students an amazing two week placement...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 03 APR
A group of media students from Birmingham City University have been out and about in Amsterdam, investigating how they ‘do media differently’.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 06 MAR
Final-year Birmingham School of Media students were recently treated to an exciting Magical Mystery Tour, which saw them explore new locations, focusing on media industries of interest and how...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 31 JAN
Reload Radio was an exciting project that allowed third year BA (Hons) Media and Communications students to put their skills into practice by running a live radio station. School...
STUDENT LIFE 20 DEC 2017
Our first year Media and NTI students have just completed their first semester and have settled into University life. We thought now would be a great time for them to let you know how they’re...