Pupils put on a 'soup-er' show as part of International Chefs Day
Broccoli never tasted so good according to a group of Birmingham schoolchildren who took over one of the UCB kitchens in Summer Row to mark International Chefs Day.
Rhian's research work opens door to a master's degree
A research scholarship with a top London institution has led to a former UCB student starting a master's programme.
Top research accolade awarded to UCB tourism experts
A research paper by two tourism experts at UCB has won an award and could spark a wave of interest and further work in the area of the global Muslim market.
Champion MMA fighter among experts to speak at UCB sports conference
Britain's first female to compete in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is among the speakers at a conference to be staged at UCB next month. And she will be joined by a handful of other experts as the university stages its second Sports Performance and Rehabilitation Student Conference.
Sports students to benefit from state-of-the-art facilities in deal with Birmingham rugby club
A major new partnership has been agreed that will allow UCB sports students to use a state-of-the-art all-weather pitch and a physio suite on the edge of the city centre.
UCB signs major apprenticeship deal with housing association to help develop future leaders
UCB has signed a major deal with Midland Heart, one of the region's leading housing associations, which will see them enrol future leaders and managers onto apprenticeships.
Tom tops table with first class degree in Culinary Arts Management
Former UCB student Tom Price, who was made head chef of a Wiltshire hotel and restaurant just three-and-a-half months after finishing his course, has graduated with a first in Culinary Arts Management BA (Hons).
Great day for gran as Johan graduates from course she taught
Retired senior lecturer Mary Elkerton couldn't have been prouder to see her grandson graduate from UCB this week – especially when his course is one of today's equivalents of the one she taught at the University for 31 years.
London trip opens students' eyes to world of opportunities in hospitality
From a tour of Amazon's catering facilities to a visit to one of the world's most iconic hotels, Hospitality Business Management students had their eyes opened to the sheer breadth of careers their degree could lead to during a "phenomenal" two-day trip to London.
Students shake things up and play 'restaurant inspector' at Purnell's
A group of Food and Beverage Service students not only had the chance to learn how to make cocktails with the best during a visit to Michelin-starred Glynn Purnell's Birmingham bistro, they were invited to play 'restaurant inspector' and review the food experience.
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