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The University of Birmingham’s Chancellor, Lord Bilimoria, and Vice-Chancellor, Sir David Eastwood, have travelled to India with Universities Minister Greg Clark in hopes of encouraging overseas students to apply for higher education in the UK.

Guild Council – 13th November 2014

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Blood Swept Lands and Sea of Red: We Remember

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Egypt: Cracking Down On Universities

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Brum Women cruise past Trent

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Coventry dent Brum’s title ambitions

Fraser Smith was down at Metchley to watch the Mens 1sts football team try and get their season back on track at home to Coventry


Undefeated Durham down Brum

Sports Correspondent George Hopkins was down at Metchley to watch UoB's best Women's football team take on Durham, who were unbeaten going into this BUCS clash.

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Exclusive: Meet the cast of ‘The Bridge’

Redbrick Film interviews the cast of the upcoming student film ‘The Bridge’ directed and produced by University of Birmingham student Cassiah Joski-jethi. Screening is on Saturday 29th March at the Chaplaincy. Video by Julia Yan, Charlie Moloney and Molly Garfoot ©RedbrickMultimedia

By Julia Yan, Molly Garfoot & Charlie Moloney on 27th March 2014
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