A new policy briefing from Professor Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay, Professor Anindya Banerjee and Juliana C. Pinto which uses data analysis to explore factors affecting knife crime.
EQUIS commended the school for demonstrating outstanding quality, which was seen as being well above the level required
The University of Birmingham and Trilogy Education today announced the launch of a coding boot camp, the first in the UK to be launched in partnership with leading global workforce accelerator Trilogy Education.
Birmingham Business School at the University of Birmingham has been awarded re-accreditation by EQUIS for a further five years – a first for the School. The School has been commended for its work in responsible business.
A new policy briefing from Professor Fiona Carmichael, Dr Marco Ercolani, and Dr Scott Taylor which explores possibilities for closing the gender pay gap.
One of the most prominent modern-day US military figures has accepted an invitation of a 3-year Honorary Professorship in the Institute for Conflict, Cooperation and Security (ICCS) at the University of Birmingham.
BPS Birmingham Future - part of BPS Birmingham, the membership organisation of choice and the voice of the business professional and financial services sector in Greater Birmingham
The Department of Accounting and the Lloyds Bank Centre for Responsible Business were delighted to welcome Professor Adrian Macey for a three day cross-disciplinary networking event from the 28th to the 30th of May.
Daniele Albertazzi quoted by Izvestia in a piece on Italian politics "How Matteo Salvini steals the show. The success of the League in the elections to the European Parliament may entail early elections in Italy"
A new policy brief by Professor Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay, Professor Anindya Banerjee and Juliana C. Pinto from the Centre for Crime, Justice and Policing.
A new policy brief by Dr. Nana O Bonsu, Research Fellow in Sustainability at the Lloyds Banking Group Centre for Responsible Business.
Research conducted from the Eurochildren study, led by Dr Nando Sigona, released three new reports today covering the legal, statistical and soiciological aspects of the impact of Brexit on EU families.
Many EU nationals do not trust the UK government's settled status scheme and are being pushed to apply for British citizenship to secure the position of their families, research by the University of Birmingham finds.
By Dr Charika Channuntapipat, Lecturer in Accounting in the Lloyds Banking Group Centre for Responsible Business.
University of Birmingham Dubai celebrates its first cohort of graduate teachers
Professor Jenny Phillimore helps develop UK Home Office Indicators of Integration Framework and its supporting documents, including an interactive toolkit and a guide to 'what works in integrating refugees.'
Some embrace the 'sober' label, while others hate it; in this blog our trustee Prof Isabelle Szmigin looks at the relationship between non-drinking and identity.
Rob Fleming, Teaching Fellow within the Department of Accounting, started volunteering with the club in 2009 after seeing the way that football coaching was being taught to under 7s.
Daniele Albertazzi writes for The Conversation: After a confusing election and months of negotiations, Italy has a government once again. But don't be surprised if it gets a new one before too long.
Kabir Ganguly from Birmingham Digital Education discusses the benefits of digital assessment and feedback for staff and students.