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Posted 07 December 2016
The University's new dedicated postgraduate building, the Alan Walters Building, is to be formally opened today (Wednesday 7 December) marked by a prestigious lecture delivered by Lord Burns.
Posted 05 December 2016
Birmingham Business School are delighted to announce that our MBA programme has retained its ranking as one of the top 90 Business Schools within the FT European Business School Ranking.
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Another successful year for the School of Education's Doctoral Research Conference with Professor Kalwant Bhopal providing the keynote presentation.
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Posted 08 December 2016
The Middle East Politics Research Group and POLSIS hosted a talk by Andrew Mitchell, MP, on the Syrian crisis.
The London International MUN HS took place this weekend where 100 high school students engaged in a simulation of the different committees at the UN. Through the different sessions they were able to come up with high-quality resolutions portraying their commitment and developing their diplomatic skills.
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Posted 01 December 2016
Jamie McEwan (MA Social Work, 2013) won Gold for 'Newly Qualified Adult Social Worker of the Year', while Annabelle Stock (MA Social Work, 2016) took home Silver as runner-up for 'Student Social Worker of the Year', at a ceremony in London on Friday 25 November.
Posted 29 November 2016
LifeSavers is a joint initiative by the Church of England and Young Enterprise. It seeks to establish schools savings clubs in primary schools across the UK in conjunction with a financial education curriculum.
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