The University of Bedfordshire’s Centre for Research in Law (CRiL) has published a report on refugee family reunion, looking into the challenges faced by refugees seeking to be reunited with their families in the UK.
Juliet Fern, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Education, English and Sport at the University of Bedfordshire, has penned her thoughts on the advantages of using a foundation year to get a taste of higher education.
The University of Bedfordshire and charity ECPAT UK (Every Child Protected Against Trafficking) have been announced as research partners, spear-headed by Modern Slavery and Human Rights Policy and Evidence Centre (Modern Slavery PEC).
Dance academics and students from the University of Bedfordshire, along with local freelance dancers, are celebrating the success of the 2021 Dance Beds summer school project – encouraging creativity and movement in the region’s schools.
Art and Design students from the University of Bedfordshire have capped off their courses with a stunning exhibition in The Hat Factory, one of Luton’s premier art facilities.
Professor Charles Egbu, Vice-Chancellor at Leeds Trinity University, will be speaking at an event hosted by the University of Bedfordshire to mark Black History Month.
A member of the University of Bedfordshire’s Aspire Higher team – which works to strengthen the link between the University and school-age children in the area – has been chosen to deliver a presentation at a regional education conference.
Black British history is now widely recognised as an integral part of British history and Black History Month has become a significant national event which the University of Bedfordshire is celebrating once again with campaigns and events.
Professor David Olusoga, OBE, is set to deliver an insightful public lecture as part of the University of Bedfordshire’s celebrations for this year’s Black History Month – a powerful and significant national event now widely recognised as an integral part of British culture and history.
The University of Bedfordshire has partnered with Central Bedfordshire Council (CBC) to support the ‘Central Bedfordshire Productivity Programme’, which aims to help local businesses.
A popular podcast created by a University of Bedfordshire lecturer has returned for a fourth series, boasting a variety of industry guests from platforms including KISS FM, BBC 5 live, BBC Radio 2 and BBC Three Counties radio.
The University of Bedfordshire is hosting its sixth annual ISPAR conference based around the theme of ‘Improvement Through Movement: Performance, health and wellbeing across the lifespan’.