Public Debate

November 24, 2022 PR Team

Sir Lenny Henry Centre for Media Diversity Public Debate: BBC Local Radio Cuts – Could Diversity Be the Biggest Casualty?

Second-year student, Sanna, was one of five young people from across the UK taking part in the BBC Children in Need Rickshaw Relay to raise money for the charity as part of its 2022 appeal. BBC Breakfast Live covered Sanna’s…

Watch third-year Therapeutic Radiography students debunk common myths surrounding their course. Take a look at what we offer: bcu.ac.uk/therapeutic

Third-year Sports Journalism students supported Warwickshire County Cricket Club’s last game of the season. Watch as they interview one of the club’s top players, as well as the team’s coach, take a tour around Edgbaston Cricket Ground, and report on…

In the full session, English and Drama graduate Ella Cockerton shares her experience of volunteering on a range of exciting arts and cultural events in Birmingham during her time at BCU. She credits volunteering with not only getting her graduate…

Starting university is unbelievably exciting but also petrifying at the same time. Will I make any friends? How will I make my student loan last all year? How can I feel motivated to study? Will I manage with the workload…

Wondering how you’re going to make your student loan last for the whole year, or even how to apply for student finance in the first place? Our money-savvy student Caitlin, shares their experiences and tips on budgeting and how to…

The jump from being at school or college to university can feel daunting, especially after the disruption over the last 18 months. You might be asking yourself, ‘will I manage with the workload and academic writing?’, ‘how will I be…

Heritage tours of The Exchange

September 30, 2021 PR Team

Curious to know a bit more about the history of our newly-opened space in Birmingham city centre? Doctoral researcher, Justine Pick, gives a taste of what you can expect during her heritage tours of The Exchange. Why not join us…