Some of the common myths associated with modern-day Russia will be debated and dispelled at a thought-provoking public lecture at Edge Hill University to mark the appointment of a new professor.
Oliver Moores, from Chorley, was nominated for the award by children’s charity Barnardo’s. The 19-year-old has been volunteering for the past year with Barnardo’s at the Include Me 2 children’s centre in Preston.
First-year students at Edge Hill University have been set the tricky task of solving a problem faced by some of the best minds in business as high street closures continue.
Inspired by retail guru Bill Grimsey, a group of students from Edge Hill University were set the task of preparing Ormskirk for the 21st century.
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.
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 Business School has been recognised for creating a significant economic impact of £700,000 to the Liverpool City region.
Students enhanced their employability skills and received feedback from industry professionals during the Business School’s Mock Assessment Centre Day.
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.
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