Luton Poet Laureate and double Law graduate from the University of Bedfordshire, Mary Emeji, has been crowned ‘Adult Achiever’ in the Luton’s Best Awards, which highlight the incredible work that individuals perform to improve the town.
A University of Bedfordshire alumnus has taken their first steps to saxophone stardom by having their debut record featured on BBC radio.
Immigration solicitor and University of Bedfordshire alumnus, Yogita Sharma, has discussed her choice for pursuing a law career in an article for Prospects.
An international student from the University of Bedfordshire has written and published a book during lockdown, based on her experiences of being the youngest person from Bangladesh to climb Mount Kilimanjaro.
Two University of Bedfordshire students have united after a Law LLB undergraduate secured a trainee paralegal position at a local solicitors, supervised by a graduate of the same course.
The University of Bedfordshire is one of 15 universities across England to agree the formation of a new network aimed at fighting racism in higher education.
Having graduated over 20 years ago, a pair of Law students have inspired their daughter to follow in their footsteps and study the same course at the University of Bedfordshire more than two decades later.
Inspired by the needs of key workers during Covid-19, a University of Bedfordshire alumnus has launched Comfy Workers, a new accommodation start up, providing accessible overnight stays for ‘blue light’ staff and other key workers.
Study Active, one of the UK’s leading providers of personal training and fitness instructor qualifications, has celebrated its fifth year of working in partnership with the University of Bedfordshire.
University of Bedfordshire students have shown their versatility and adapted to the changing events industry, putting on exceptional events despite the barriers raised by Covid-19.
A research graduate from the University of Bedfordshire has authored a book based on her PhD thesis, analysing the UK’s public political participation in an ever-changing digital age.
The University of Bedfordshire’s Law Clinic is continuing to offer the public free legal advice this spring, despite disruptions caused by the country’s lockdown restrictions.