Edge Hill University has teamed up with The Liverpool City Region Combined Authority to help dozens of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the region to scale-up.
Critical Awards in Television (CATs) were held in Wavertree Town Hall with awards going to the production companies behind some of the nation’s favourite Television.
Academics at Edge Hill University are launching a new Spanish and Latin American Studies Research Group in a bid to become a leading voice on all aspects of its culture.
You could be paid to train to act as a real patient in order to help Edge Hill University educate its future health workers.
Edge Hill University and Love Wavertree are inviting the public to the first ever Critical Awards in Television (CATs) next month – and there’s still time to vote for your favourite programmes.
In this opinion piece Programme Leader for Politics Paula Keaveney shares her experiences working with the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe and explains why Putin is keen to avoid scrutiny of the Russian elections taking place this weekend.
Two mothers whose children were seriously ill in hospital welcomed a new research report, highlighting the need to stop their experiences from happening to others.
Three Edge Hill students are helping to turn the tide on research into coastal erosion.
Edge Hill University is committed to diversity, inclusivity and fostering a sense of belonging where all of its community are valued – principles that are being spotlighted during Black History Month.
Edge Hill will take part in the launch of Healing Arts New York, a series of events featuring leading artists, researchers, and policy makers at the intersection of arts, health, and care that begins on 19th September.