25 March 2020 “Views that appear to have been expressed by the President-elect of the Students’ Union have been brought to the attention of University leaders. These views are deeply abhorrent and, as we understand, are subject to a further disciplinary inquiry by the Students’ Union. “Whilst the Students’ Union is a wholly independent organisation, […]
A major refurbishment of Edge Hill’s Stanley and Clough Halls has provided 96 high-spec en-suite rooms, complete with spacious kitchen and communal areas, all within the University’s iconic main building
Edge Hill University has been shortlisted in two categories in the prestigious Times Higher Education (THE) awards.
Edge Hill University has been named as the top higher education institution in the UK.
The first female President of the UK Supreme Court, who was also the first woman and the youngest person to be appointed to the Law Commission, has received the award Honorary Doctor of Laws from Edge Hill University.
A catering professional who lost her husband to cancer turned to study to find out more about how food may have an impact on the disease’s cause and possible mitigation.
A sports student who won a prestigious scholarship for his dedication and compassion has put his success down to the “incredibly amazing” people he met at Edge Hill.
A student who faced “challenge upon challenge” while studying at Edge Hill University, has battled this adversity to graduate with a First Class Honours degree in Creative Writing and Film Studies.
A freelance curator and cultural activist whose work has had a huge positive impact on the profile of lesbian, gay, bi and trans* artists has received an Honorary Doctor of Arts award from Edge Hill University.
Women’s Rugby World Cup winner and trailblazer for the sport, Gill Burns MBE, has received the title Honorary Doctor of Science today (Tues) from Edge Hill University.