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    First Staff Member Appointed At UoB Dubai

    The University of Birmingham’s new campus in Dubai is preparing to begin operations in December after announcing Chris Taylor as the Senior Recruitment and Engagement Manager this week

    Written by Erin Santillo on 14th November 2017


    New CTL Building Ceremonially Topped Out

    With the signing of one of the building’s girders and a reception in a marquee on the ground floor of the unfinished building, UoB’s new Collaborative Teaching Laboratory (CTL) has been ceremonially ‘topped out’

    Written by John Wimperis on 14th November 2017


    News Analysis: UN’s International Day of the Girl

    News Reporter, Sophie Woodley, analyses the challenges for girls education still ahead following International Day of the Girl

    Written by Sophie Woodley on 11th November 2017


    Rainbow Loses License

    The Rainbow Venues have had their licence suspended following the death of a nineteen year-old man at a Halloween event on Sunday 29 October

    Written by Phoebe Radford on 9th November 2017


    Solihull Councillor Suspended Over Tweets

    The Conservative majority Solihull Borough Council is continuing to face allegations of fostering a culture of online hate and xenophobia

    Written by Tim.Abington on 7th November 2017


    Birmingham is Commonwealth Candidate

    Birmingham is officially the only city to have submitted a bid for the 2022 Commonwealth Games after beating Liverpool for official British endorsement in September and their predicted rivals across the globe failing to submit a bid

    Written by Michael on 17th October 2017


    Award Winning Editor Of ‘The Good Immigrant’ Visits UoB

    Nikesh Shukla, the critically acclaimed author, screenwriter and essayist, visited the University of Birmingham’s Centre for Contemporary Literature and Culture

    Written by Erin Santillo on 15th October 2017


    2022 Commonwealth Games Bidding Reopens After Only Birmingham Applies

    Bidding to be the host city for the 2022 Commonwealth Games has reopened after Birmingham's proposal is deemed not 'fully compliant'

    Written by John Wimperis on 15th October 2017


    UoB Astrophysicists Win 2017 Nobel Prize

    Studies carried out by the University of Birmingham’s Institute of Gravitational Wave Astronomy contributed to research that has won this year’s Nobel Prize for Physics

    Written by Liam Taft on 15th October 2017


    Millennials Half as Likely to Own Their Own Home

    Last week, Resolution Foundation published a report revealing the intergenerational disparity in the housing market

    Written by Liam Taft on 12th October 2017


    UoB Rises in the Times Rankings

    The University of Birmingham has been placed at number 15 in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018

    Written by Megan Attard on 12th October 2017


    Tuition Fees Frozen

    In a change of policy, Theresa May has announced that tuition fees will be frozen at £9,250

    Written by Phoebe Radford on 11th October 2017
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