Television supremo Peter Salmon, who is leading the development of the world’s most advanced broadcasting centre, will visit Edge Hill University on 2nd December. The Director of BBC North and the man behind the largest move of staff and departments out of London in the BBC’s history will officially open the University’s television studios, which […]
Edge Hill University was runner up for the University of the Year title in the 2010 Times Higher Awards (25th November).
An alumni reunion which included six of the first male students to stay in Lancashire Hall was recently held on campus.
Sports law experts from Edge Hill University have helped shape the future of European sport by giving crucial evidence to the European Parliament Culture Committee. Professor Richard Parrish, Director of the University’s Centre for Sports Law Research, and colleague Samuli Miettinen, a Senior Lecturer in Law, were invited to Brussels to deliver their report on the […]
Professor George Talbot has been appointed Dean of Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Edge Hill University.
It was with great delight that families, friends and Edge Hill staff joined the most recent History graduates to celebrate their academic success.
Catherine Shiel, Post-Compulsory Education and Training PGCE trainee, discusses the book she has helped to produce about journeys into teaching.
A politician who has dedicated her career to improving education standards for all has received an honorary doctorate from Edge Hill University yesterday (Tuesday).
One of the key figures behind the survival and success of Edge Hill University has received an honorary award.
For the first time ever Edge Hill University will host all of its graduation ceremonies on the Ormskirk campus when more than 3,000 students will don their caps and gowns in the week of 19th to 23rd July.