Acclaimed Liverpool actor, director and writer David Morrissey visited Edge Hill last week to give students a fascinating insight into his varied career.
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 students interested in careers in the media industry recently had the opportunity to attend a series of events designed to provide them with advice and guidance on how to enter the career of their choice. The ‘Make Yourself Employable’ week, which was arranged by the Department of Media, provided talks, workshops and […]
Students and academics had a chance to see and ‘meet’ a cutting edge robot capable of many functions at Edge Hill’s Creative Edge building.
Edge Hill University’s Professor Phil Drake will ask ‘What is creative about the creative industries?’ in his inaugural lecture on 2 December.
Edge Hill alumna and Associate Lecturer Carys Bray, who was this week announced as one of four authors shortlisted for the prestigious Costa 2014 First Novel Award with A Song For Issy Bradley, will return to the University to give a reading from the novel on 15 December.
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 […]
Edge Hill University’s flagship Creative Edge building will play host to Lancashire’s BIG (Business Innovation for Growth) 2014 Conference on Wednesday, 18 June.
A conference and festival featuring the best of UK and Chinese animation will be hosted by Edge Hill University this summer.
Edge Hill University is hosting a public symposium to debate issues raised by Channel 4’s controversial reality show Benefits Street and suggest alternative ways of portraying Britain’s poorest communities in the media.