Edge Hill University Medical School has announced the launch of a Foundation Year for Medicine, starting in 2019.
A photography exhibition documenting the plight of the Rohingya refugees currently seeking refuge in Bangladesh will be on display at Edge Hill University from today, 29th May until 9th June.
An academic from Edge Hill University has just returned from the final conference of a unique project aimed at supporting victims of sexual abuse and exploitation in sport.
A group of former Edge Hill students organised a charity rugby match at Hawcoat Park in memory of their peer, Dan Logan. Dan passed away 15 years ago, aged 22, after a very short but brave battle with a rare form of testicular cancer, while he was studying at Edge Hill. It was Anne Logan […]
Edge Hill University will open its doors to the public on the weekend of 2nd and 3rd June for Food for Thought, an inspiring programme of talks and events accompanied by a vegan food festival.
The 15-strong longlist for Edge Hill University’s 12th annual Short Story Prize has been announced, including such names as James Kelman, Sarah Hall and Tessa Hadley.
Geoff Beattie, Professor in Psychology at Edge Hill University, has been invited to give a talk at the British Academy Summer Showcase on the evening of the 21st June. The aim of the event is to allow the British Academy ‘to present the best new Humanities and Social Sciences research to a wide public audience.’
Third year Psychology students at Edge Hill University were given the chance to reflect on the skills they’ve gained during their course and enhance their employability at a Dragons’ Den event.
Creative Writing student Lucy Barrett took advantage of a free ticket to Sound City, courtesy of EHU, to get a sneak preview of the UK music scene’s future chart-toppers.
Can a wealth of extra-curricular activities be putting too much strain on children and family life? A study led by an Edge Hill University academic has the answer.