Funding success for research project focusing on autism and the criminal justice system.
Research project on The Solway Estuary to be launched
The research report: ‘The Solway Estuary: a socio-cultural evaluation of a coastal energy landscape’, by Darrell Smith, Ian Convery, Valentina Bold and Billy Sinclair will be officially launched this Thursday by Brian Irving from the Solway Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Posted on Tuesday, August 2, 2016
MillionPlus and the University of Cumbria call for new approach to research funding
University awards major contract to Cumbria Waste Group
The university has awarded a major new contract to handle the waste it generates to Cumbria’s largest waste management and recycling company. Cumbria Waste Group was successful in a competitive tender to provide a general waste and mixed recycling collection and processing service for the university.
Posted on Wednesday, August 17, 2016
Clearing hotline opens next Thursday!
The University of Cumbria, recently voted second nationally for graduate employability, opens its Clearing hotline on Thursday 18 August to support students as they receive their A-level results. The call centre opens earlier than in previous years, at 6.30am, and our expert call handlers will be able to offer guidance on the availability of courses, eligibility, interviews, course details and other support services.
Posted on Monday, August 8, 2016
Exchange of business incubation knowledge between Spain and Cumbria
Clearing made simple!
Follow in the footsteps of some of Lancaster’s literary legends
Further STEM Funding Success
University of Cumbria celebrates staff excellence.
University of Cumbria duo share first Royal Forestry Society Viking Bursary
University of Cumbria has first students in the UK to graduate with BSc (Hons) degrees in Radiation Protection
University of Cumbria hosts the first ever occupational therapists networking event
Ian's crucial role in 'we're here because we're here' Battle of the Somme commemoration
Professor Diane Cox to deliver the prestigious Casson Memorial Lecture in 2017
Mud pies anyone? University of Cumbria’s outdoor classroom helps children to enjoy playing and learning in a natural setting
University students raise money for charity
Integrated Foundation level 3 students from across all of our campuses have been busy over the last few months planning and running an event or social enterprise as part of their 'Routes to Success' module and in the process have raised over £900 for charity along with supporting local schools and community groups.
Posted on Tuesday, July 5, 2016
University of Cumbria among the best for graduate prospects
The university prides itself on preparing its students for the workplace and this report, ‘Destination of Leavers in Higher Education 2014/15’, published by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), shows that now 96.9% of the university’s graduates are in full-time employment or further study within six months of receiving their degree, up from 93.4% in 2013/14.
Posted on Thursday, July 7, 2016
University of Cumbria graduates celebrate with their families and friends
Graduates from the University of Cumbria will celebrate with their families and friends next week, when they will receive their degrees and awards at a ceremony in the magnificent setting of Carlisle Cathedral. At nine ceremonies spread across three days, a total of 1100 students will mark this rite of passage in the presence of their guests.
Posted on Monday, July 4, 2016