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Cream of the crop – Buckingham ranked in UK top ten

The University of Buckingham has ranked in the UK top ten for Teaching Excellence and Student Experience in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide. The University’s strength in student satisfaction has been a major factor in this … Read more >

Publication Spotlight: Dr Nicholas Cambridge

Introducing our highlighted publication by Dr Nicholas Cambridge. Scholars of Dickens have shown that the author suffered from a range of illnesses throughout his life, yet the medical background to some of his ailments has often proved elusive. He carried … Read more >

Buckingham joins campaign to outlaw essay mills

The University of Buckingham has joined a campaign to ban essay mills. Essay mills are organisations that provide custom-written essays to students to enable them to cheat in academic assessments by submitting the work as their own. As the work … Read more >

Students win prestigious award for Sony business proposal

University of Buckingham students are set to meet Richard Branson after winning a prestigious global award,  StudentLifeStart People’s Choice Challenge , for creating a system for streaming film and videos for undergraduates. The competition encouraged students to come up with a … Read more >

Boys to do even better in 2018

The Centre for Education and Employment Research (CEER) annual review of A-levels, published on 13th August 2018, predicted that this year’s A-level results would see boys getting more top grades than girls and further close the gap at grade C … Read more >

University of Buckingham welcomes new signing, Clay Anderson from Milton Keynes Lightning Ice Hockey Team

A new member of the Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning ice hockey team will be starting an MBA at the University of Buckingham in September. Clay was a key member of the defence whilst playing for Harvard University during his … Read more >

More students save money by choosing two-year degrees

A record number of applications for two-year degrees show students are looking for ways to cut the cost of studying. Two-year degrees save students’ time by having slightly longer terms and more evenly distributed holidays than the more conventional three-year … Read more >

Hair-raising experience for charity auction

The manager of Hairspiration Studio, based at the University of Buckingham, is organising a charity auction to raise money for Cancer Research. All the community are welcome to come along to Hairspirations, Hunter Street, on August 25th from 4 to … Read more >

Co-hosting the 21st QMOD-ICQSS Conference in Cardiff

This summer we are co-hosting the 21st QMOD-ICQSS Conference in Cardiff.  QMOD is the largest international Quality Management and Organisational Development conference that attracts around 200 delegates. For the first time this year, we have organised a Practitioner Day and … Read more >

Publication of the Week: Ali Kabiri

This publication investigates the impact of bank distress on firms’ exports using matched firm – bank data for the UK. This is done through using a market-based measure of bank distress, the credit default risk (CDS) spreads, which best capture … Read more >

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