Daisy Johnson was this evening named as the winner of the £10,000 Edge Hill Prize for the Short Story at an exclusive event at the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
Dedicated care leaver Jade Cooper is set to embark on a Criminology and Sociology degree after graduating from Edge Hill’s Fastrack course.
After spending his younger years in the circus, Dylan Birch decided it was time to get back into education and pursue his teaching dreams through the University’s Fastrack course.
Edge Hill University graduate Ryan Leder, who completed his BA (Hons) Creative Writing degree this year, has been awarded the first Dame Janet Suzman Playwriting Prize.
A group of Edge Hill BA (Hons) Sports Coaching and Development students visited a prestigious US University to experience coaching in elite sport.
First year Computing student Asim Hussain has his heart set on a career with a global technology company, and thanks to the Student Opportunity Fund he is one step closer.
Creative Writing graduate Ryan Leder’s production Numbered Days was shown at the Core at Corby Cube last month, and the Student Opportunity Fund (SOF) made this possible.
Thursday 17th August sees young people across the UK receive their A Level results, and for those whose results are different than expected, it can mean making a life-changing decision very quickly.
Edge Hill University is amongst the first in the country to be given a new environmental award recognising large reductions in energy, water and waste. The Soil Association and Carbon Trust have given the University’s Waters Edge Restaurant the new Green Kitchen Award. It follows a pilot scheme recognising a 36% reduction in electricity […]
The latest volume from Edge Hill University Press (EHU Press) was launched on 19 August at Edinburgh International Book Festival. Edited by Edge Hill academics Professor Robert Sheppard and Dr James Byrne, Atlantic Drift publishes 24 poets from the UK, Ireland, USA and Canada in partnership with Arc Publications. This anthology seeks to highlight new […]