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MA in Decorative Arts and Historic Interiors: Partial Studentship

14 March 2016

Applications are invited for a partial studentship on the London-based MA in Decorative Arts and Historic Interiors offered by the University of Buckingham starting in September 2016. The bursary, worth £7500, will cover 82% of the course fees for EU students and 55% for international students.…

Publication of the week: Dr Patricia Covarrubia

14 March 2016

Patricia Covarrubia, “Protection of non-agricultural GIs: a window on what is happening in Latin America”, European Intellectual Property Review, E.I.P.R. 2016, 38(3), 129-131. This piece examines “the laws in South American states on the protection of geographical indications (GIs) relating…

Buckingham shortlisted for Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2016

11 March 2016

The University of Buckingham has been shortlisted for the Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2016 in the Course and Lecturers Category. Buckingham is one of ten to make the shortlist in the Course and Lecturers Category, which the University was also…

Chris Woodhead’s legacy lives on – and it’s training thousands of happy teachers

10 March 2016

The controversial former boss of Ofsted’s philosophy lives on in the University of Buckingham’s education department, writes his former right-hand man Geraint Jones. I attended a Service of Thanksgiving for the life and work of Sir Chris Woodhead at St…

In the news – 8 March 2016

8 March 2016

Print and radio appearances: Professor Anthony Glees took part in a USA National Public Radio panel discussion on the European migrant crisis, Germany and the UK: click here. The Daily Star, ‘Security experts want Euro 2016 ‘moved to England over…

Publication of the week: Professor Judith Bray

7 March 2016

Judith Bray, Unlocking Land Law (5th ed., London: Routledge, 2016). 484 pp. ISBN: 978-1-138-91198-7. Unlocking Land Law is part of the Unlocking the Law series of very popular textbooks previously published by Hodder and now published by Routledge. This edition…

University of Buckingham to become Britain’s first ‘positive-health university’

2 March 2016

The University of Buckingham is to become Britain’s first “positive-health university” in order to help prevent mental health problems. The drive is being led by Sir Anthony Seldon, Vice-Chancellor, who, as Head of the leading independent school Wellington College, led…

The University of Buckingham to Launch Centre for the Study of Liberal Economics

26 February 2016

It was announced today (Friday) that Lord Vinson, entrepreneur and co-founder of the Centre for Policy Studies, has made a gift of £5.5 million jointly to the University of Buckingham and the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) to widen understanding…

In the news – 23 February 2016

25 February 2016

Professor Anthony Glees was interviewed about: Apple’s refusal to let the FBI access the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino jihadists on Sky TV News and BBC Three Counties Radio EU security and the referendum in the UK on…

University clamps down on drugs

25 February 2016

The University of Buckingham has forged closer links with Thames Valley Police to tackle drug abuse on campus. Regular meetings have been set up with the police and an officer has been given access to University buildings to carry out…