Anglia Ruskin Cambridge School of Art graduate, Kazuno Kohara, who graduated from the MA in Children’s Book Illustration in 2007, has had her first book ‘Ghosts in the House’ voted as one of the 10 Best Illustrated Children’s Books 2008.
There are still some places remaining on our internationally renowned postgraduate programmes in Business, Computing, Criminal Investigation, Engineering, Media and Science. Courses start January/February 2009.
The University of Birmingham’s Department of Political Science and International Studies is introducing cutting-edge courses in the areas of terrorism and gender in Fall 2009, adding to its world-class range of offerings.
Established in 1872, Aberystwyth University is a traditional, research-led institution with the benefits of all the modern facilities expected of a higher education institution in the 21st century, including information services that are among the best in the UK.
With government investment, the Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences will be able to pursue dynamic research that will contribute to better understanding of environmental challenges facing the globe.
This new programme, which starts September 2008, is especially suited for engineering students with mechanical, chemical or process engineering backgrounds and will help them to address industrial needs for improved process design via enhanced understanding and control of small and large scale phenomena.
On Wednesday 28 May, the eve of the opening of her international exhibition tour at the city's Millennium Galleries, fashion icon Vivienne Westwood held an exclusive audience at Sheffield Hallam University.
The global knowledge economy demands higher levels of education to ensure career success. The University’s new DBA (Doctorate in Business Administration) has an innovative approach to professional development and the creation of effective ways of knowing.
We’re a vibrant, innovative university dedicated to pursuing excellence. We offer a rich variety of expertise across all fields of postgraduate study from biotechnology, international business, computer animation and network systems to design, engineering, counselling and forensic investigation.
The Masters degree in Corporate Social Responsibility, which will be offered from September 2008, will equip students from a variety of backgrounds to take part in shaping business strategies of the future.
Taking an MSc in Advanced Computer Systems at Bath will fully prepare you for a career or research in a fast-moving sector of computing technology. The course has been specially created to respond to developments in computer science and its allied professions.
The Distinguished Lecture Series has become established as an important part of Leicestershire’s cultural calendar, with exceptional guest speakers from all corners of the UK’s cultural, business and governmental sectors.
Brunel Business School administration recently moved into the newly built and strikingly modern Michael Sterling Building. The Brunel MBA now has a new home too: a completely refurbished study centre boasting conference facilities, breakout rooms, computer workstations and a kitchen.