Brum students big on fashion – and volunteering, survey reveals
Birmingham students not only spend more on fashion each month than their UK university counterparts, they also volunteer the second highest amount of hours, a new survey reveals.
Double trouble – UCB students are contenders for UK's top baking awards
Not one, but two top bakery students are up for 'Rising Star' at the prestigious Baking Industry Awards taking place this September.
Flying high tourism student presented with award at Houses of Parliament
Model student Kayleigh Parrott-Goldthorp is flying high after being officially recognised at a leading travel and tourism association's annual awards, celebrating the UK's very highest calibre students in the field.
Innovative new education partnership is 'Made in Birmingham'
A ground-breaking new partnership between the University of Birmingham and University College Birmingham is set to offer young people across the West Midlands and beyond innovative new routes into a university education.
Sean set to realise artisan bakery dream after FE to degree journey with UCB
Sean Brown, whose UCB journey has seen him rise from a 17-year-old Level 1 student with no plans to pursue a degree to a fully-fledged Bachelor of Science, is on his way to fulfilling his dream of running his own artisan bakery in London.
UCB Business School delivers multi-million pound strategy for engineering firm
A group of students from the Business School at UCB delivered their pitch on the strategy for the CRUSER® project to the Executive team of Hayward Tyler Group after just 3-weeks of analysing the Global Engineering Group.
Oar-inspiring prize for FutureChef Katie
Katie Cooper, a UCB student who is on a placement at Michelin-starred Carters of Moseley, spent a day with the Sodexo team at Henley Royal Regatta as part of her first prize for winning Springboard's FutureChef 2017 competition.
Pupils explore versatility of maple syrup as part of ambassador visit
Year nine and 10 cookery students were invited to explore the versatility of maple syrup as part of a whistle-stop visit to UCB by an ambassador for the famous Canadian export.
Students as young as six present findings at Young Researchers Conference
Reward systems, school partnerships, teaching methods and technology were just some of the complex findings covered by some very young researchers at a special conference at UCB.
UCB chef lecturer lands place at final of "highest honour" awards
UCB chef lecturer Anthony Wright is on the brink of making history after making it through to the Master of Culinary Arts 2017 final, an award described by its director – executive chef at The Ritz John Williams - as the "highest honour in the catering industry".
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