The University of Bedfordshire’s leading expert on diversity in public health told a national kidney conference that more needs to be done to make minority groups aware of the dangers of kidney disease.
The increase in the number of graduates gaining good honours has been singled out by the Complete University Guide for the University of Bedfordshire’s 11 place climb in its league table.
A survivor of the Srebrenica genocide received an Honorary Doctorate of Philosophy from the University of Bedfordshire for his outstanding commitment to Human Rights today (Monday 24 April).
The University of Bedfordshire welcomes the government’s confirmation that EU students starting courses in the 2018/19 academic year will be eligible for loans for the duration of their course.
The University took the top spot for staff participation in the Love to Ride Bedfordshire scheme which ran throughout March.
New research by academics at the University of Bedfordshire has revealed that victims of cyberharassment often don’t realise they have been the target of a crime.
New research has revealed victims of child sexual abuse within families face a postcode lottery for support with many failing to receive the help they need.
The University of Bedfordshire’s leading international tourism expert spoke at a European conference that looked at how to create more sustainable tourism in the region.
The ideas of University of Bedfordshire students to get more people in Luton physically active will be put into practice following a collaborative project.
A documentary produced by two TV Production graduates from the University of Bedfordshire is in the running for a top film production award.
The University of Bedfordshire has been revealed as one of the world’s top young universities by Times Higher Education (THE) magazine.
TV Production students from the University of Bedfordshire were able to make links with key players in the TV industry at an exclusive networking event.