AASE Boxers take Tenerife
Eleven lucky members of UCB's Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence (AASE) Boxing Academy have just returned from a two week coaching placement in sunny Tenerife.
Paralympian Chloe Davies swims to victory at national championships
Sports Therapy student Chloe Davies put in an outstanding performance at this years' British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) Short Course Swimming Championships, winning every event she entered and landing the 'Top Girl' trophy for overall achievement.
That's show business: hair and make-up students team up on glitzy awards show
Dozens of students from UCB's range of hair and make-up courses have pulled off a major show in Birmingham celebrating up-and-coming fashion designers from across the region.
Students Katie and Bethany are caught on camera as UCB takes Cake International by storm
Bakery and Patisserie Technology students Katie Garrett and Bethany Swift are set to feature on the hit channel-4 show Extreme Cake Makers after assisting at Cake International, a major baking exposition at the NEC.
Everyone's a winner at first ever UCB sports conference
With a packed day of lively lectures, discussion and debate from leaders in the field of sports science, UCB's first ever Sports Performance and Rehabilitation Student Conference got off to a flying start.
Professional Cookery students enjoy an action-packed Activity Week
Professional Cookery students at UCB were treated to a packed programme of classes from industry experts last week, in a half-term break with a difference.
TV chef Glynn Purnell and SORTEDfood's Ben Ebbrell back search for UCB Young Chef of the Year 2018
Celebrity chef Glynn Purnell and internet cooking star Ben Ebbrell have been unveiled as judges for the final of University College Birmingham's Young Chef of the Year 2018.
UCB outreach officer up for top events management award
A UCB outreach officer whose events management skills have helped over a thousand pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds access higher education is up for a top award.
New halls of residence space designed for Millennials
From flexible working hours and recorded lectures to Whatsapping friends and FaceTiming parents, there's no question that student life is very different to 20 years ago, which is why UCB has created a designated space for today's more discerning students and modern lifestyles.
Guild President Charlotte talks road safety, RAGs and taxi rides with Birmingham's Lord Mayor
UCB's Guild of Students President Charlotte Gates joined four other union reps from universities across the city for a meeting with Birmingham's Lord Mayor Anne Underwood this week.
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