Research conducted by academics at Edge Hill University has challenged the traditional view that working class males are less interested in their health than women or other male groups.
Four of Edge Hill’s Creative Writing students travelled to London to read poetry at The Enemies Project’s annual University Camarade.
Arts Council England Chief Darren Henley will speak at a launch event for The Oxford Handbook of Dance and Wellbeing taking place at Edge Hill University on Friday 23 February.
Following an announcement by the Department for Education (DfE), professional skills tests for initial teacher training applicants can now be retaken unlimited times.
Two Edge Hill students have expanded their horizons – and their CVs – thanks to a once-in-a-lifetime trip to China, funded by the University’s Student Opportunity Fund.
Edge Hill University has been shortlisted for the ‘Best University Employability Strategy’ award at the TARGETjobs National Graduate Recruitment Awards 2018.
The London Review Bookshop has hosted the third part of a series of UK launch events for Edge Hill University Press’s latest publication: Atlantic Drift.
Students were given the opportunity to learn more about the world of politics when they interviewed Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, last month.
This morning, Wednesday 7 February, MONITOR: Global Intelligence on Racism launches at the European University Institute. A multi-media magazine, MONITOR is open access, and aims to be the go-to source for research-based public debate on racism.
Six Edge Hill students got the kind of hands-on experience you can’t get from a lecture, working behind the scenes on Bill Nighy’s latest film.