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13 July 2021

Response to Department for Education consultation on reform of Initial Teacher Training

Professor Barnaby Lenon – Dean, Faculty of Education On 5 July the Government published a consultation on reforms to initial teacher training in England. The proposals, which come from a panel of only five people, represent a radical change to…

12 July 2021

Double degree programme launched in partnership with UFM University

The University of Buckingham is pleased to announce our new partnership with Universidad Francisco Marroquín (UFM) in Guatemala. UFM are one of the leading universities in Central America, establishing an outstanding reputation for teaching and disseminating the ethical, legal, and…

9 July 2021

BARBRI collaborates with not-for-profit university to deliver SQE

Global legal training provider, BARBRI, has this week announced its collaboration with the University of Buckingham to support students undertaking Solicitors Qualifying Exam (SQE) Prep courses and the California and New York Bar. This follows a series of collaborations announced…

22 June 2021

Robotic dog joins the University of Buckingham School of Computing

The University of Buckingham has a new robotic dog that is not only helping Computing students to be at the forefront of robotics and artificial intelligence but which, is also going to be used in collaboration with businesses and local…

5 May 2021

Buckingham PhD student stands in the local council elections

Ade Osibogun, a practicing lawyer doing a PhD in Constitutional Law at the University of Buckingham, where he got his degree in Law, is standing as a Conservative candidate for Buckingham East ward. The former Student Union President of the…

30 April 2021

University of Buckingham collaborates with Global College Malta

The University of Buckingham is pleased to announce our new collaboration with Global College Malta. The first students on the MBA programme have started their studies and a second group will begin in September. Joined by students on three other…

31 March 2021

Initiative for Free Trade and the University of Buckingham establish strategic association

The Initiative for Free Trade (IFT) was launched at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in 2017. Since then, it has conducted high-level research on trends in global trade and produced innovative proposals for reform. As well as continuing its research,…

16 February 2021

The launch of an innovative teacher training programme for educators in the low-cost private sector in India and Nigeria

In spite of the success of low-cost private education in the developing world, especially in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, governments often attempt to impede their growth and flourishing. One of the most common criticisms is that the teachers within…

29 January 2021

University Associate Director appointed to Executive Board of Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust

Mo Girach, Associate Director of the University’s School of Medicine and Allied Health, has been appointed as a Non-Executive Director to the Executive Board of the Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust. Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust has around 6,000 highly trained, qualified…

2 December 2020

Getting business ready

The University of Buckingham’s Business Enterprise and Innovation Unit (BEIU) has launched a new MSc in Applied Enterprise and Innovation for January 2021 entrants. According to research from YouGov and the University of Buckingham this year, only a quarter of…