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UK first: University of Buckingham health sciences campus opens in Crewe

10 December 2018

The University of Buckingham has signed a landmark international deal to open a new health science campus in Crewe, Cheshire, in a UK first. Welcoming UK and international students from September 2019, the facility will offer degrees in Biomedical Sciences…

Engineers drill hole in the Stonehenge structure

6 December 2018

University of Buckingham archaeologist David Jacques has called for an investigation after Highways Agency engineers accidentally drilled a hole through a 6,000-year-old structure at Stonehenge while carrying out a survey for the proposed tunnel. The area, Blick Mead, is the earliest…

Buckingham launches new centre for economics and entrepreneurship

28 November 2018

The University of Buckingham has unveiled its new £8 million Vinson Building which will house the Vinson Centre for Economics and Entrepreneurship, the first of its kind in the UK. The opening ceremony was led by the Lord Vinson and…

Healthy lifestyle sessions to take centre stage at Freshers 2019

9 November 2018

The University of Buckingham is increasing its focus on healthy lifestyle information sessions for students to underline its policy of encouraging young people to flourish personally as well as academically during their studies. Interactive workshops, which take place during Freshers…

Alumnus appointed as Riesener Project Coordinator at the Wallace Collection

2 November 2018

Congratulations to Alexander Collins, MA in Decorative Arts and Historic Interiors alumnus, for his recent appointment as Riesener Project Coordinator at the Wallace Collection. The Riesener Project is a collaboration between The Wallace Collection, the Royal Collection Trust and Waddesdon Manor,…

Spot the signs – Staff to get mental health first aid training

19 October 2018

Every member of staff at the University of Buckingham will be given mental health first aid training so they can spot signs of potential distress among students. All university employees – from professors to support staff – will be enrolled…

UK’s First Institute for Ethical AI in Education Launches at Speakers’ House

18 October 2018

A new Institute for Ethical AI in Education (IEAIED), based at the University of Buckingham, and launched at Speakers’ House, will tackle the hazards young people face due to the unduly rapid growth of new technology. It is being led…

Linguistic legend Professor David Crystal visits campus

15 October 2018

On 3 October we were delighted to host the distinguished linguist, Professor David Crystal, for talks at the Radcliffe Centre on ‘Sounds Appealing’ and ‘Grammar Rules’. Crystal, a Fellow of the British Academy, is nonetheless a great popularizer, with his…

Cream of the crop – Buckingham ranked in UK top ten

21 September 2018

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…

Publication Spotlight: Dr Nicholas Cambridge

10 September 2018

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…

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