STATEMENT: Important information and advice on coronavirus outbreak
With regard to the outbreak of the new coronavirus, which originally emerged in Wuhan, but which has now been identified in other parts of China and beyond, the University has issued the following statement and advice:
Business School students attend virtual conference packed with digital experts
Hundreds of students logged onto a virtual conference to receive pearls of wisdom from the brightest business minds and digital experts as part of the University's commitment to enhancing online teaching during lockdown.
University boosts links with The Real Junk Food Project as surplus stock donated to the community
University College Birmingham has joined forces with a community organisation to help combat food waste and provide support for local residents in need.
ASPIRE Awards celebrate commitment of college students during coronavirus lockdown
Star college students at University College Birmingham have been nominated for special awards in recognition of their hard work and commitment to their studies during the ongoing coronavirus lockdown.
'Technical' qualification in education and childcare to launch at University College Birmingham
University College Birmingham is all set to launch its exciting, new T-level in Education and Childcare from September – making it one of the first UK colleges to offer one of the new two-year courses.
The Atrium hailed one of the best restaurants to visit after lockdown
A globally-renowned educational supplement has recommended people pay a visit to University College Birmingham's Atrium restaurant for a mouth-watering meal when the coronavirus lockdown ends.
Sensational silver for student chefs at global Culinary Olympics
A menu driven by sustainability and featuring everything from rabbit to poached turbot earned The National English Junior Team - made up solely of University College Birmingham students and alumni – a coveted silver medal at one of the biggest culinary competitions in the world.
Thai holiday inspires award-winning young chef at top culinary competition
A holiday in Thailand helped one of our international Culinary Arts Management degree students bag a brace of awards at a top culinary competition.
Everyone's a winner as RACA chef apprentices scoop string of medals at Salon Culinaire
A group of apprentice chefs from University College Birmingham have swept to success at an international culinary competition – with every single one taking home a prize medal.
Exciting new opportunities for events students as UCB teams up with GL events UK
Events management students at University College Birmingham will have the chance to learn and work alongside leading event professionals as part of an exciting new industry partnership.
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