The University of Bedfordshire’s Heritage Enterprise Hub has launched a series of events this winter in order to connect people in the community with both local and personal history.
The University of Bedfordshire’s award-winning community radio station has launched an initiative in collaboration with Luton Council to help encourage young people in the town to get vaccinated.
The University of Bedfordshire has welcomed three new Pro Vice Chancellors (PVCs) this academic term to lead the areas of Education & Student Experience, International and Research & Innovation.
An art student from the University of Bedfordshire has designed a new advertising campaign for Age UK Milton Keynes, helping them to raise awareness of loneliness in the region.
A creative cross-course collaboration has seen a ‘real life’ zombie apocalypse take over the University of Bedfordshire’s Luton campus, after it was invaded by the gruesome undead.
The University of Bedfordshire has received a first class award in the 2021 People & Plant University League, retaining its position at eighth place out of 154 institutions.
Research conducted by the University of Bedfordshire in partnership with Schoolreaders shows that literacy levels of most primary school pupils have been adversely impacted by disruptions to learning caused by Covid-19.
A University of Bedfordshire graduate has been offered a position on ITV’s journalism trainee scheme for 2022, beating more than 600 other candidates to the role.
This December, Beds SU will be hosting a festive crafts and play event as part of their ongoing support programme for students at the University of Bedfordshire who are balancing their studies with raising children.
Researchers from the University of Bedfordshire have contributed towards a report examining first-time mothers’ experiences of foetal reduction in multi-foetal pregnancies following Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) treatment.
Students and staff have attended tree-planting ceremonies at the University of Bedfordshire to remember those lost during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The University of Bedfordshire has been announced as one of England’s Top 25 universities to have successfully contributed to an increase in social mobility amongst disadvantaged young people in England, according to a new report published by the Sutton Trust.