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History of Art MA mentioned in The Guardian

23 March 2016

A Guardian survey of postgraduate degrees in the art market includes a report on Buckingham’s MA in the Art Market and the History of Collections.  Jeremy Howard is quoted, saying “The unique selling point of the course is that it…

The Good Teacher Training Guide 2015

22 March 2016

The Good Teacher Training Guide 2015, Alan Smithers and Mandy-Diana Coughlan, Buckingham: CEER, March 2016. The Government intends to move to an increasingly school-led ITT system.  The latest CEER report provides the first quantitative evidence on how the two new…

Applied Computing students visit the National Museum of Computing

21 March 2016

Applied Computing students had the opportunity to visit The National Museum of Computing on 11 March. Most of them had already heard about the museum and/or Bletchley Park but had never had the opportunity to visit. They received a guided…

Applied Computing students visit Bletchley Park

21 March 2016

On 4 March, a group of Applied Computing students visited Bletchley Park, a historic site a few miles from Buckingham where secret messages, mostly high-profile military information, were deciphered during the Second World War. Some of the students already knew…

MA in the Art Market and the History of Collecting – P & D Colnaghi & Co Ltd and Tavolozza Foundation scholarships

21 March 2016

Full and partial scholarships are available for the London-based MA in the Art Market and the History of Collecting offered by the University of Buckingham in association with Waddesdon Manor (the Rothschild Collections). Investigating American and European art markets and…

Graduation 2016: University of Buckingham Honorary Graduates

19 March 2016

The first graduation with Sir Anthony Seldon as Vice-Chancellor was a spectacular success with students coming from all corners of the world to be rewarded for the fruits of their hard work. The Honorary Graduates were TV presenter Jeremy Paxman,…

An interview with Eva Schloss

17 March 2016

On Tuesday 15 March 2016 Eva Schloss was on stage at the Chandos Road Building to talk about her life. Meg Pettit (English MA student and the University’s Publicity Assistant) met her beforehand for an interview. When the Buckingham Advertiser…

Talk by Dr Barbara Lasic at the Wellcome Collection

17 March 2016

On 24 March 2016, Dr Lasic is giving a talk at the Wellcome Collection in London entitled Dangerous Liaisons. Vilified and mocked, yet irresistibly enticing, cosmetic artifice in the eighteenth century was no longer the preserve of wealthy elites and was…

Dentons Day: Professional Skills Day at International Law Firm in Central Milton Keynes

16 March 2016

A group of eight law undergraduates attended Dentons Solicitors on 9 March 2016 for a professional skills workshop day, supported by academic lead, Professor Judith Bray and Street Legal Administrator, Julie O’Shea. The day began with an introduction from Peter…

Visit by the delegation from the Iraqi Ministry of Agriculture

16 March 2016

We were delighted to welcome the Inspector General and two research managers from the Ministry of Agriculture in Iraq together with the Managing Director of Russell IPM. The purpose of the meeting was to consider if we can help the…