The University of Bedfordshire welcomed experts from around the world to the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ (IEEE) annual conference.
The University of Bedfordshire is to start work as part of a high profile evaluation management team for a six year £45m government programme set up to transform higher education systems in low- and middle-income countries.
The University of Bedfordshire has been awarded a grant to research why human trafficking occurs and how we can better support those who have been trafficked into the UK.
The University of Bedfordshire has been awarded a large grant to conduct a feasibility study into whether a computer game aimed at helping youngsters with communication disorders could be rolled out across the NHS.
A new way of working in child protection helps keep families together, an evaluation report by University of Bedfordshire researchers published today revealed.
Cyberstalking is a new phenomenon and is on the rise - Dr Emma Short is an expert on why it happens and how it can be reported and prevented.
Child sexual exploitation can be a complex crime that is devastating to those who are victims of it. A team of dedicated academics at the University of Bedfordshire are working to stop it.
We are closer than ever before to finding a cure for Parkinson’s disease thanks to the breakthrough research by Dr Bushra Ahmed in the School of Life Sciences.
The University of Bedfordshire has joined forces with European partners to help food entrepreneurs across Ireland and Europe.
Breaking the stigma around mental illness in Luton was the focus of a conference held at the University of Bedfordshire.
During office hours
+44 (0)1582 489056
For all the information you need on how to apply for a research degree and to make sure you fulfil the entry requirements visit our 'How to apply' page
You should have a good honours degree (2:1 or above) or masters degree or equivalent in the relevant subject area.
International applicants should be aware of our English language requirements