The College of Arts & Law remains amongst the best performing research-intensive universities in the world, according to the 2023 QS World University Rankings.
The volume of papers from the Twelfth Birmingham Colloquium, edited by four postgraduate students in ITSEE, has now appeared in print and open access.
How historically accurate is the BAFTA Award winning and Oscar nominated All Quiet on the Western Front? We asked First World War historian, Dr Jonathan Boff.
Jemma Saunders asks does the evolution of a fictional gangster family into a brand have certain implications for the popular culture it inspires?
Congratulations to ITSEE student Jacopo Marcon, of the ERC CATENA project, on his successful doctoral viva.
We met with Dr Alex Mayhew, our new Assistant Professor in the Department of History, to talk about his teaching, his research and his academic background.
Members of Birmingham’s Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing are presenting at the SBL Annual Meeting in Denver this week.
The Shakespeare Institute is delighted to announce the award of two new Fellowships for deserving research students.
The Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing is featured in Birmingham's current exhibition of Research and Innovation.
Alex Wright, an MA TESOL student studying on our Distance Learning Programme, has achieve a Special Commendation by the British Council for his dissertation.
Andrew Patton won the Michael O’Rourke postgraduate publication prize and Gabriël Oberholzer was named People’s Choice Runner-up in the Images of Research.
Distance Learning programmes at the University of Birmingham have allowed students globally to continue their higher education. Amsaa, MA Translation Studies, shares her top tips for studying a Distance Learning course.