Hatem Kesseir from Yardley in Birmingham has won a fully funded degree at Birmingham City University after being named the winner of this year’s life-changing Millennium Point Charitable Trust Scholarship.
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Two years of pioneering work by Birmingham City University to introduce cutting edge digital technology into Sherwood Forest has been recognised by the government.
Acclaimed Indian singer, musician, actor and poet Sartinder Sartaaj visited Birmingham City University to meet and speak with staff and students ahead of a sold out UK tour.
With functionality designed by experts from Birmingham City University A forest ranger robot dog has been unveiled as part of a project using cutting edge technology to boost tourism and help protect the environment in Nottinghamshire’s legendary woodland.
Investment in industrial processes aligned to green manufacturing could offer the Treasury a way to protect the UK’s economy from further fallout as a result of Lockdown 3.0, an expert economist has said.
A singer-songwriter and music performance graduate from Birmingham is planning to use her new-found success for positive change after making it through to the next stage of smash hit TV show The Voice.
A new short course exploring how future technology can improve city living will be amongst the first in the world to use LEGO® in its teaching when it launches this year and Birmingham City University.
UK music venues and festivals face a ‘second consecutive year of silence’ unless Government adopts industry-approved measures to return to business
A leading music industry academic has cautioned that UK music venues and festivals face a second consecutive year of silence, unless Government adopts measures developed by the music industry to help the live sector return.
A trauma nursing student has paid tribute to healthcare workers after scooping a top industry accolade.
Live music organisations in Birmingham have benefitted from just 2% of the first round of Cultural Recovery Fund awards, academics have revealed.
Regional economist, Professor Alex de Ruyter based at Birmingham City University, has welcomed an announcement from automotive giant Jaguar Land Rover.
Former Business Secretary Sir Vince Cable today (23 September) warned that ‘normal politics are on hold’ and that the UK could face a ‘a gradual decline’ as he delivered a keynote speech at a special event examining the UK’s future beyond Brexit.