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    Operation Trojan Horse: Continued doubts

    Over the last few weeks, a number of allegations have been made about the involvement of authorities in Birmingham schools, in the implementation of a ‘jihadist plot’

    Written by Tara Dein on 17th April 2014


    UoB Students Run in Elections at NUS Annual Conference

    University of Birmingham students are attending the National Union of Students' annual national conference this week.

    Written by James Phillips on 8th April 2014


    Visit to Auschwitz

    Online News Editor Adam Rowe accompanies 200 post-16 students for a day-trip to Auschwitz.

    Written by Adam Rowe on 11th March 2014


    University managers and lecturers agree to discuss pay

    University management and lecturers have agreed to talk about the ongoing pay dispute which has resulted in the threat of a marking boycott

    Written by Adam Rowe on 23rd February 2014


    UCU Threaten Marking Boycott

    The UCU (University and College Union) have threatened to boycott marking final exams, coursework and dissertations in a row over pay

    Written by Duncan Kenyon on 21st February 2014


    Applications to UoB Rise four times National Average

    Applications to university have risen 4% nationally and applications to UoB have risen four times the national average increase.

    Written by Duncan Kenyon on 5th February 2014


    University Grade Inflation Disputed

    Education Correspondent Duncan Kenyon investigates the allegations of grade inflation at universities across the country

    Written by Duncan Kenyon on 5th February 2014


    Eastwood highest paid vice-chancellor in UK

    Students have criticised David Eastwood's increased salary, which makes him the highest-paid university head in the country.

    Written by Emily Hackett on 10th January 2014


    Fall in Number of Uni’s Offering Languages

    The last 10 years has seen a significant drop in language courses

    Written by Duncan Kenyon on 23rd November 2013


    UoB Women’s Association in London March

    37 members of the Women’s Association at the University of Birmingham joined this year’s Reclaim the Night march

    Written by Zahra Damji on 31st October 2013


    Student Fears as Energy Prices Soar

    Students living off-campus will be affected by the decision of British Gas and Npower to raise its prices by 9.2% from 23rd November.

    Written by Sabrina Dougall & Ellicia Pendle on 25th October 2013


    Unions vote for Strike Action

    Following the refusal to improve a 1% pay offer, 69% of union affiliated academics and university staff backed a national walkout in a ballot opened last month.

    Written by Redbrick on 23rd October 2013
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