To mark National Writing Day (24th June), Edge Hill University is celebrating news that alumnus Carys Bray has released her latest book When the Lights Go Out to critical acclaim.
Since graduating from Edge Hill ecology student Joshua Styles has grown a career as a top botanist and conservationist and now makes regular appearances on major TV shows.
National reading hero and Edge Hill alumnus Paul Cookson is backing Liverpool’s Year of Reading campaign, which the University is supporting to improve literacy across the city.
Professional dancers have teamed up with Edge Hill alumni to inspire students to pursue their careers through a new psychological thriller.
An Edge Hill University Geography graduate has seen his dissertation on palm oil sustainability in south East Asia endorsed through its publication in an internationally-renowned publication.
An animation collaboration between Edge Hill alumni, Peter Miller, and Mike McGear McCartney, is available to view via social media channels.
As we continue to mark the centenary of women’s suffrage in the UK, some of our successful female alumni give us their visions of a fairer world.
Hundreds of students will don their graduation cap and gown and say goodbye to Edge Hill University to enter an exciting new chapter of their lives.
A group of former Edge Hill students organised a charity rugby match at Hawcoat Park in memory of their peer, Dan Logan. Dan passed away 15 years ago, aged 22, after a very short but brave battle with a rare form of testicular cancer, while he was studying at Edge Hill. It was Anne Logan […]
Students often think that to find the best graduate jobs they need to move to a big city and work for a multinational organisation. However, some Edge Hill alumni have found working for a smaller company closer to home has given them an excellent start to their career.