UoB Students, on Tuesday 6th December, marched into the library holding Guild branded flasks of tea as a symbol of their resistance to the banning of food and drink in the £60 million new Main Library on campus
On Wednesday 30th November the University announced that it will buy Birmingham’s former Municipal Bank at 301 Broad Street, one of the city’s best known civic buildings, to establish a home in the city centre
With EU funding to end and the number of international students from the EU expected to fall, many Scottish university courses may not have enough students to continue being taught and one third of British universities might be under threat
Wednesday 23rd November saw the publication of the annual Autumn Statement, giving Philip Hammond his first opportunity as Chancellor to address the question of what steps the government will take to prepare for the post-Brexit British economy.
A recent article by FairFX has collected data on the average total cost of studying at the top 200 universities in the world, as ranked in the recently published Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
Two West Midland MEPs answered questions on post-Brexit Britain at a political debate at the Library of Birmingham. These included EU research grants, student exchange programs and the status of EU citizens in the UK.