Graduates from the University of Bedfordshire were invited to take part in virtual celebrations after coronavirus caused the usual spring and summer ceremonies to be postponed.
The owners of a Luton-based business have spoken of the invaluable SME support they received from University of Bedfordshire in a new promo video, following the coronavirus ‘slump’.
A Business School lecturer at the University of Bedfordshire has recently discussed the benefits of postgraduate study with Beds’ LinkedIn community.
A University of Bedfordshire graduate has reflected on the past year since landing a role working for world-leading technology giant, Microsoft.
A first year student has said that securing a place at University of Bedfordshire through Clearing meant she was able to live nearer her family – a choice she’s described as a “blessing in disguise” following Covid19.
A lecturer and Toastmaster from the University of Bedfordshire has been the driving force behind a new roundtable event series to help encourage public discussion of current global issues, and allow people to virtually connect with like-minded individuals from Rotary and Toastmasters clubs across the globe.
After schools, colleges and universities were shut by the government in March amid the coronavirus crisis, staff at the University of Bedfordshire have been fully aware of the uncertainty faced by both current and prospective students.
We know that our staff, students, alumni, as well our wider communities will have been horrified by the killing of George Floyd in the United States and want you to know that we are also shocked and share your horror.
A record number of staff and students nominated colleagues, peers and teams the University of Bedfordshire’s Vice Chancellor’s Student Experience Awards, with four winners receiving the Outstanding Student of the Year award.
Two University of Bedfordshire academics were invited to provide their expertise in the first ever Virtual Business School Impact System (BSIS) Symposium series.