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1505, 2015

Student Nursing Times Awards 2015

By |May 15th, 2015|Student Life|Comments Off on Student Nursing Times Awards 2015

The Student Nursing Times Awards celebrates the very best in student nurses, paying tribute to students who have demonstrated the academic achievement, clinical prowess and personal qualities that will make them brilliant nurses. So we were delighted when The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work’s Laura Fitzgerald was named the Nursing Times’ Student Nurse of the Year […]

1205, 2015

A day in the life of… a Marketing Assistant

By |May 12th, 2015|Student Life|Comments Off on A day in the life of… a Marketing Assistant

By Rebekah Hill, Final year English and Creative Writing Student at Birmingham City University

Currently, I am the marketing assistant for the School of English at Birmingham City University. I am also a third year student, along with working part time…oh and I’m also doing a short part time editorial assistantship on the side! Life couldn’t be […]

605, 2015

From Jimmy Choo to J D’Cruz

By |May 6th, 2015|Student Life|Comments Off on From Jimmy Choo to J D’Cruz

We are currently loving J D’Cruz handmade leather handbags which are all carefully handmade selected, printed and created by the University’s very own alumni Jas Gilhooly.

Entrepreneur Jas graduated from Birmingham City University in 2012 with a First Class BA (Hons) in Textile Design.

Before studying for her degree, Jas completed a National Diploma in Printed Textiles […]

505, 2015

Glimpse of the future: Curzon Building

By |May 5th, 2015|Student Life|Comments Off on Glimpse of the future: Curzon Building

Isaac Paul is a first-year BA (Hons) English student at Birmingham City University’s School of English

One of the reasons that I chose the School of English at Birmingham City University as my first choice was because the School would be moving into a new building in my second year. It shows that the university is […]

105, 2015

Another Victory for our BCU Law Students

By |May 1st, 2015|Student Life|Comments Off on Another Victory for our BCU Law Students

It has certainly been a great year for our School of Law’s Mooting Society and now they can add another achievement under their belt. When pitted against the University of Cambridge in a Mooting competition final, it was Birmingham City University that came on top- well done guys! What a great way to finish the […]

2804, 2015

Studying & Socialising: The Balancing Act

By |April 28th, 2015|Student Life|Comments Off on Studying & Socialising: The Balancing Act

‘All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy’… but all play and no work gives Jack bad grades -hmm. Balancing studying with your social life can be challenging at university.

Too much hard work and not enough leisure time can be unhealthy, so it’s important to get the balance right. BSc (Hons) Nursing – […]

2704, 2015

Why Study ICT?

By |April 27th, 2015|Student Life|Comments Off on Why Study ICT?

Now that ICT in schools has evolved into core computer science, as a result of government policy changes and a new national curriculum, many pupils are confused about the options when faced with choosing a degree in computing. The result has led to many students being put off ICT as a degree subject.

Evolving a computing-related […]

2304, 2015

Why I’m voting in this year’s election…

By |April 23rd, 2015|Opinion, Student Life|1 Comment

First Year Media & Communication Student Sophie Hack on why she’ll be voting in this year’s General Election 

You may be getting sick and tired of what seems like the whole world nagging about how important it is to vote.

You may have only registered to skip the £80 fine. You may feel like your vote “doesn’t […]

2004, 2015

Mooting in the UK Supreme Court: The President’s View

By |April 20th, 2015|Student Life|Comments Off on Mooting in the UK Supreme Court: The President’s View

Our 2015 final was hosted by the UK Supreme Court and presided over by Lord Sumption.

2004, 2015

Dealing with Homesickness- Robin’s Story

By |April 20th, 2015|Student Life|Comments Off on Dealing with Homesickness- Robin’s Story

The majority of first year university students- especially international students will experience some level of homesickness. Lots of University students suffer from some degree of homesickness -it’s a very normal reaction to being away from home. Freelancing and Journalism Enterprise (MA) student Robin Cannone shares his personal experience and advice on how to deal with homesickness…

I […]