Students enhanced their employability skills and received feedback from industry professionals during the Business School’s Mock Assessment Centre Day.
Business and Economics student Mark Turner has been recognised with an Excellence Scholarship for his voluntary work in both Northern Ireland and Ethiopia, where he has helped build schools and improve children’s lives through football.
Join high profile experts, from both the academic and political arenas, to discuss the General Election and what the outcome means for people, parties and policies.
Edge Hill University will launch a new professional doctorate research programme for Emergency Services Managers and Leaders from September 2017.
Top emergency service officials are converging on Edge Hill University’s Manchester facility to discuss the changing identity of ‘blue light’ workers.
There’s not much you can do in just five minutes. You could take a
shower, perhaps, make a cuppa,…
The Business School is putting employability at the heart of undergraduate study with a new project designed to embed essential employability skills into every undergraduate programme.
Feedback from students is important to Edge Hill and we look closely at information provided so we can make students’ experience at the University more rewarding, positive and successful.
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Alongside his studying, Wesley Griffiths has made the most of the extracurricular activities offered at Edge Hill and has already managed to secure a job. This makes him the ideal person to provide advice to current students.