Edge Hill University is helping vulnerable children learn about design and experience higher education as part of a new partnership with Cheshire Youth Justice Services (CYJS).
An Edge Hill University academic has been nominated for a Spanish Premios Max award for her choreography on a production currently touring the country.
A ground-breaking collaboration between Edge Hill University and three hospitals in Mysore, Southern India is starting to have a major impact on mental health in the region.
An Edge Hill University academic has created a multimedia art installation remembering soldiers from the First World War.
The registration process for the July 2017 graduation ceremonies is open from 9am on Monday 10th April – 5pm on Monday 15th May 2017.
Edge Hill University last night (Thursday 6 April) scooped the top award for accommodation at the Whatuni Student Choice Awards. Having been shortlisted in an unprecedented five categories and gaining a top five ranking in each (including Courses and Lecturers and Uni Facilities), the University was also awarded third place […]
Edge Hill University has today (6 April) been shortlisted for two prestigious national awards. The University has been named as a contender for ‘Workplace of the Year’ and in the ‘Outstanding Administrative Services Team’ category by Times Higher Education. The illustrious awards, known as the Thelmas, recognise leadership and management across the UK’s higher education […]
This year marks the centenary of celebrated surrealist artist Leonora Carrington (1917-2011), and Edge Hill University is marking the occasion in several ways.
An expert in learning disability nursing has lent his support to a ground-breaking project in India, designed to help some of the country’s most vulnerable people.
Students from Edge Hill’s Performing Arts department premiered their ‘Sowing Seeds’ interactive outdoor performance at Burscough Community Farm on Sunday 2nd April.