The countdown to Sound City 2017 has already begun, with ten events leading up to the musical…
Edge Hill students and alumni who strive to stand out in their chosen careers were celebrated at an Employability Awards evening on campus.
Media Lecturer Carl Hunter and writer Frank Cottrell Boyce have come together to celebrate 50 years of The Beatles’ iconic album ‘Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’.
The deadline is approaching for Edge Hill students who may be eligible for Scholarships worth up to £2,000.
Acclaimed Liverpool actor, director and writer David Morrissey visited Edge Hill last week to give students a fascinating insight into his varied career.
Performing Arts students, staff and alumni gathered recently to celebrate the ongoing success of the Departments’ Peer Mentoring programme, now in its seventh year.
Edge Hill University is inviting the public to join students from its Performing Arts department to experience their interactive outdoor performance.
Edge Hill University has been identified as the top modern diversified university in this year’s Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey and has retained its place as best in the North West.
Updated 23 March 17.00 Thirteen of our politics students and one of our lecturers on a two-day field trip to the Houses of Parliament were affected by yesterday’s events at Westminster. One student is still undergoing hospital treatment and all at the University are wishing him well. All other students are now safely at home. […]
In 1959, the first men arrived on campus, cautiously taking their place in a world of women, and heralding the beginning of a new and exciting period in Edge Hill’s history.