Judge Professor Paulo Pinto de Albuquerque has been recognised for his outstanding contribution to social justice and human rights law with an honorary doctorate from Edge Hill University.
Restaurant business owner Nisha Katona said she was “so proud” to receive an honorary doctorate alongside a predominantly female cohort of graduates at Edge Hill University.
Ben Legge’s four-try haul for the rugby league first team was the pick of the individual performances for Edge Hill University sports teams as the BUCS season closes in on the Christmas break.
Professional dancers have teamed up with Edge Hill alumni to inspire students to pursue their careers through a new psychological thriller.
It was a positive week for the majority of Edge Hill University’s sports teams in a busy day of BUCS action.
Nisha Katona, founder, CEO and executive chef of Mowgli Street Food restaurants, and Judge Professor Paulo Pinto de Albuquerque, a European Court of Human Rights judge, are being awarded honorary doctorates by Edge Hill University.
The first awards evening hosted by Edge Hill’s Productivity and Innovation Centre (PIC), brought together some of the finest SMEs and business partners from across Lancashire.
Developing a rich culture that supports the English language needs of international students to reach their full potential has earned The Language Centre at Edge Hill University recognition by BALEAP.
Big wins were enjoyed for Edge Hill University in football, hockey, badminton, tennis and volleyball as Northern Conference Cup fixtures again took centre stage.
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