The University of Westminster is a place where discoveries are made and explorers are celebrated. A place where you feel safe to be yourself, to start your journey and embrace the real you. A place with an unmistakable London energy.…

Talk and Q&A by our very own sleep experts. Prof Andrew Bagshaw and Dr Andrew Surtees – Midland Sleep Group. Most of us spend around a third of our time sleeping. If you’re lucky, that might be about a quarter…

The University of Birmingham is delighted to be offering a major scholarship for international students, the Global Masters Scholarship. An award of £10,000 to give you support to study with us in 2022/23. Kyara Hunter shares her experience of receiving…

Badgers are the largest remaining carnivores in Britain, ghostly quiet, distinctively smelly, and built for one purpose: digging. Over 30 years of research in Wytham Woods has shed light on the curious habits of these nocturnal bumblers, charted their family…

We catch up with a couple of participants who took part in Oxford University’s human challenge trial at a follow-up appointment a few months after they left our special quarantine unit. Trial leader Helen McShane explains how infecting people with…

Study Pre-sessional English

January 25, 2022 PR Team

Find out how this course will improve your English and study skills for your undergraduate/postgraduate degree.

Thriller writer Helen Cooper talks about how she developed the skills and confidence to write her debut novel, The Downstairs Neighbour, published by Hodder in February 2021. Find out about the highs and lows of her journey to getting a…

We Are Wytham Woods

January 25, 2022 PR Team

Wytham Woods is the most studied piece of woodland on earth. From the birds, to the grasses, from the trees to the badgers, from the voles to the insects; almost everything in this beautiful bastion of English countryside has come…