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EU Referendum “Leave” campaigns referred to Director of Public Prosecutions

26 October 2016

A complaint has been been submitted to the Director of Public Prosecutions, alleging corrupt practices during the EU referendum by leading politicians and campaigners. The allegations involve six separate grounds of “undue influence” by the Vote Leave and Leave.EU campaigns.…

EU students applying for places in the 2017 to 2018 academic year continue to get funding support

12 October 2016

European Union students applying for university places in the 2017 and 2018 academic year will be able to get student loans, complete their degrees at Buckingham and graduate before the UK leaves the EU, the Government has announced. The decision…

Sir Anthony Seldon calls for Well-being League Table in Schools on a par with Exam League Table

10 October 2016

The Government must immediately adopt league table indicators for measuring well-being in our schools – only by doing so will the epidemic of mental health and suicide amongst the young be averted. The Government risks being accused of wilful negligence…

Earliest journey in British history unearthed

6 October 2016

Prehistoric mans’ best friend was a dog, it seems – evidence of the earliest journey in British history has been uncovered by University of Buckingham and University of Durham researchers which points to a dog and people coming to the…

University of Buckingham has five new Honorary Graduates

5 October 2016

The University has five new Honorary Graduates following a special extra convocation ceremony which was held separately from graduation. Baroness Manningham-Buller, LG, DCB, Sir John Tomlinson CBE, Professor Nicholas Rodger, Field Marshal The Lord Bramall of Bushfield KG, GCB and…

In the news – October 2016

1 October 2016

Professor Anthony Glees: Radio and TV appearances Brexit on WDR, West German Radio. Mrs May and Brexit policies on West German Radio WDR 1 the report that Yahoo allowed the NSA to mine its data on BBC World TV border…

Book launch: Julian Lovelock, “Swallows, Amazons and Coots”

29 September 2016

Former University of Buckingham Pro-Vice-Chancellor Julian Lovelock has written the first book devoted solely to the study of Arthur Ransome’s 12 novels. In Swallows, Amazons and Coots Lovelock highlights that to be properly appreciated today, the novels must be read…

Public Consultation: Station Road

28 September 2016

The University of Buckingham invites you to comment on their plans for the creation of student accommodation in the area known as Chandos Road car park, Station Road. Following public consultation we have incorporated comments and ideas into a revised…

Buckingham scores outstanding treble in Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide

23 September 2016

The University of Buckingham has scored an outstanding treble, topping The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide’s rankings for Student Experience, Teaching Quality and Staff-Student Ratio above all other higher education institutions, including Oxbridge. Only Cambridge boasts a greater…

Professor Susan Edwards at the Criminal Bar Association’s Winter Conference (3 December)

22 September 2016

Professor Susan Edwards will speak on “Domestic violence and coercive behaviour” at the Criminal Bar Association’s Winter Conference on 3 December 2016.  More information.