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    Blue Line Scheme Sees Students Become Police Constables

    Aneesa Ahmed reports on the Blue Line scheme, which is being funded by the University of Birmingham in collaboration with West Midlands Police. Five current UoB students are volunteering as Special Police Constables

    Written by Aneesa Ahmed on 18th February 2019

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    New Partnership Signed Between UoB and Trinity College Dublin

    Comment Editor Natalia Carter reports on the new partnership between UoB and Trinity College Dublin which went ahead despite Brexit concerns

    Written by Natalia Carter on 15th February 2019

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    UoB Ranked in Top Five for Unconditional Offers

    UoB gives out more unconditional offers than any other Russell Group University, reports Megan Stanley

    Written by Megan Stanley on 14th February 2019

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    Eight of UoB’s Researchers Make Highly Cited Researchers List

    Eight researchers at the University of Birmingham have been named in the global Highly Cited Researchers (HRS) list of 2018

    Written by Charlotte Gill on 13th February 2019

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    UoB Signs Deal For New Student App

    The University of Birmingham has signed a deal with Collabco that will bring its myday digital campus app to students. The service will allow students to access several academic services at once

    Written by Liam Taft on 11th February 2019

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    University’s ‘Abhorrent’ Housing Plans Denied

    Birmingham City Council has recently rejected the first stages of UoB’s plans to build new student accommodation on Pritchatts Road

    Written by Sophie Woodley on 10th February 2019

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    Students Cosy Up as the Library Hands Out Blankets

    UoB's Library has started handing out blankets to students amidst the cold weather

    Written by Kat Smith on 9th February 2019

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    New Policy for Birmingham’s Non-EU Staff

    The University of Birmingham is facing criticism over plans that will place more immigration controls on international staff, The Guardian has reported

    Written by Megan Stanley on 4th February 2019

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    UoB’s Green Heart Officially Opens

    News Editor Liam Taft attended the official opening of the Green Heart on Friday 18th of January, where the Vice-Chancellor and Guild President opened the gates for the first time

    Written by Liam Taft on 3rd February 2019

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    SolidariTee: Students Fundraise For Refugee Charity

    SolidariTee, a student-led fundraising campaign, has set up a group at the University of Birmingham

    Written by Ollie Davis on 30th January 2019

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    Award-Winning Refugee-Inspired Exhibition Comes To UoB

    An award-winning exhibition called ‘Museum Without a Home’ has been on display on the bottom floor of the University’s library

    Written by Emily Darby on 28th January 2019

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    UoB Ranked 96th in Global University Ranking Table

    News Editor Megan Stanley reports on the U.S. News Global University Ranking, which puts UoB in the top 100 universities in the world

    Written by Megan Stanley on 31st December 2018
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