The importance of ‘play for the sake of playing’ was examined at a unique event featuring pop up adventure playgrounds, hula hoops, bubble machines and the research behind all the fun at Edge Hill University.
Edge Hill University celebrated the achievements of students and alumni who have developed their ability to stand out from the crowd in their chosen careers at the Careers Awards Evening 2018.
An Edge Hill student who was caught up in last year’s Westminster attack whilst on a field trip has presented his campaign for better support for victims and survivors of terrorism to high profile figures at the European Commission (EC).
A group of third year students spent a week at the University of Bucharest representing Edge Hill in an international competition and boosting their career prospects.
Edge Hill University has been shortlisted in the Accommodation category in this year’s WhatUni Student Choice Awards (WUSCAs) after winning the category in 2017.
When Marketing with PR student Sheila Miller had the chance to spend some time in a working radio…
A team of students from Edge Hill’s Business School have excelled at the Graduate Enterprise Start-Up Regional Final and will represent the North West in the national finals.
Edge Hill University has welcomed its second International Writer in Residence, Belarusian poet Valzhyna Mort, to the campus this week.
Four of Edge Hill’s Creative Writing students travelled to London to read poetry at The Enemies Project’s annual University Camarade.
Two Edge Hill students have expanded their horizons – and their CVs – thanks to a once-in-a-lifetime trip to China, funded by the University’s Student Opportunity Fund.