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Posted 06 May 2016
Max Nathan is a City-REDI affiliate, and a Senior Birmingham Fellow in Regional Economic Development, based in the Business School. He is also a Deputy Director of the What Works Centre for Local Economic Growth.
Posted 05 May 2016
The Centre for Research in Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship (CREME), based in the Business School at University of Birmingham, welcomes Expressions of Interest from postdoctoral researchers to apply for a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Individual Fellowship to support the mobility of scholars for between one and two years.
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Posted 04 May 2016
The School of Education to fund full-time PhD studentship and a fees only award for Home/EU students.
Posted 29 April 2016
The School of Education in ranked 10th in the latest Complete University Guide
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The question of what the future holds for Britain has caused increased stress levels across the population as uncertain times lie ahead. Express.co.uk spoke with Dr Tereza Capelos, senior lecturer in political psychology at the Institute for Conflict, Cooperation and Security at Birmingham University and Nick Smith, a certified emotional intelligence coach about the stresses behind the EU Referendum.
POLSIS is a department committed to delivering the best possible learning experience to students and to help students fulfil their potential. The Academic Enhancement and Innovation Working Group, led by Dr Nicole Scicluna and Dr Lorenzo Cladi was pleased to organise yet another great event for the purpose of student enhancement.
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If you could change one thing? What would it be? This is the question posed in a new promotional video which has recently been produced by the School of Social Policy for its Social Policy undergraduate programmes.
The latest edition of the Housing and Communities Research Group Newsletter, is now available to read online.
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