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    University of Birmingham Falls in International Rankings

    The Times Higher Education rankings have been published leaving Birmingham at 141 on the international rankings.

    Written by Grace Duncan on 10th September 2017

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    New Government Investment Announced at UoB

    The Business and Energy Secretary announces investment into battery technology at the University of Birmingham

    Written by Phoebe Radford on 2nd August 2017

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    UoB Achieves Gold In New TEF University Ratings

    The University of Birmingham (UoB) shares the top step with forty-three HE institutions as critics claim the new teaching excellence framework (TEF) has faltered under starter’s orders

    Written by Erin Santillo on 24th June 2017

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    Selly Oak Hustings Take Place At The Guild

    On Wednesday 31st May, the Guild of Students hosted a husting with Selly Oak’s four General Election candidates

    Written by Phoebe Radford on 5th June 2017

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    UoB to Open Dubai Campus in 2018

    The University of Birmingham has announced that it will be opening a new campus in Dubai. Emily Youlton reports

    Written by Emily Youlton on 27th May 2017

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    Guild Holds Vigil for Manchester Attack Victims

    On Tuesday 23rd May, the Guild of Students held a vigil to remember the victims of the terrorist attack that took place the previous night in Manchester

    Written by Emily Darby & Joseph Timan on 23rd May 2017

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    Lapworth Museum of Geology Shortlisted For Museum of the Year Award

    The University of Birmingham’s campus museum of geology, the Lapworth, is up against Tate Modern for the Art Fund’s 2017 Museum of the Year award

    Written by Grace Duncan on 7th May 2017

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    University Sports Centre Set to Open on 22nd May

    The University of Birmingham Sport and Fitness Centre is officially set to open this month after almost a year of delays

    Written by Josh Hamilton on 2nd May 2017

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    UoB teams up with Manchester on Student Ambassador Programme

    Emily Roberts reports on the ‘Diversity and Inclusion Student Ambassador Programme’ that UoB is working on alongside the University of Manchester

    Written by Emily Roberts on 8th April 2017

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    28% of New Jobs in West Midlands ‘Insecure’, TUC Finds

    Insecure work accounts for 28% of all new jobs created in the West Midlands region since 2011, according to new analysis published by the Trade Unions Congress (TUC)

    Written by John Wimperis on 5th April 2017

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    University Sports Centre Finally Opens

    The new sports centre will be opening its doors on April 1st to students and the general public at a low-key ceremony this evening

    Written by Redbrick on 1st April 2017

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    UoB Student Societies Rally Against Fascism

    Following the discovery of fascist graffiti in Guild, student groups united to rally against discrimination, hatred, and violence

    Written by Emily Roberts on 25th March 2017
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