Actor Ricky Tomlinson will appear at Edge Hill University’s Arts Centre in April to talk about his experiences as one of the ‘Shrewsbury 24’.
The University is one of only a handful of UK venues confirmed to host a preview screening of a new film about school admissions testing and social mobility.
The life and art of Lancashire-born surrealist icon Leonora Carrington, whose work is currently showing at Tate Liverpool, will be explored during a public event at Edge Hill University.
Students from the Department of Computing recently had the opportunity to attend a careers fair, dedicated to providing them with information and advice to enhance their future employability prospects. The event, held in the University’s state-of-the-art Creative Edge building, built upon the success of previous careers fairs and enabled students from all year groups to […]
Edge Hill University welcomes the Year of the Goat and celebrates Chinese New Year in style.
Multi-award winning writer Jimmy McGovern, film director David Blair and television and film producer Colin McKeown have given advice to students and alumni seeking a career in the media.
Computing students at Edge Hill University recently took part in a major event organised by one of the UK’s leading technology innovators. The Department of Computing, TalkTalk and Edge Hill’s Careers Service worked closely together to design a Hackathon event that would be an ideal way for students from all years of study to work […]
Professor Roger Shannon, who studied in Birmingham’s Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies has helped produce an exhibition to mark the fiftieth anniversary of its establishment.
A seminar to discuss the changing geography of the public sector and the trends and occupations within its labour force will be held at Edge Hill University on Wednesday 4 June
Universities Minister David Willetts spoke at Edge Hill University about the challenges and opportunities of MOOCS. His presentation can be viewed here.