Staffordshire University and Stone Food & Drink Festival combine
As Staffordshire’s biggest gastronomic gathering prepares to mark its 10th anniversary in October, the team behind the event has joined forces with staff and students at Staffordshire University in a move that will not only bolster the festival’s volunteer workforce but provide Tourism and Events Management students with vital work experience.
Staffs reaching out to help students make the right choice - 11/08/2014
With just days to go until the announcement of A level results, Staffordshire University has revealed how it is reaching out to help students make the right choice. The University’s Clearing operations uses student ambassadors, graduates and staff to promote a wide range of courses designed to equip students for a brighter future. Read more about Staffs reaching out to help students make the right choice »
Evidence that course prepares students for career with Police
Three BSc(Hons) Policing and Criminal Investigation graduates have secured jobs with Staffordshire Police. Katie Adams, Stacey Fenton and Eloise Bowen have all begun various roles within the county’s force.
A job right on schedule for Staffordshire graduate - 15/08/2014
A Staffordshire graduate landed a position at the BBC just days before attending his graduation at Trentham Estate. Read more about A job right on schedule for Staffordshire graduate »
Tourism and Events graduates keep it local
Staffordshire graduates Charnelle Merritt, Emily Shepherd and Victoria Barber all immersed themselves in their Tourism Management and Events Management degrees.
Matthew lands dream job in Welsh capital
A Sports Journalism graduate has praised the pioneering course that has led to him landing his first job in the industry. Matthew Southcombe had already begun his role as Content Writer for Media Wales by the time he graduated with a 2:1 in BA(Hons) Sports Journalism.
Mum of two puts safety first with motorbike device
A Staffordshire University graduate who has combined her passion for bikes and computer science has landed a new job with tyre manufacturer Michelin.
Life in the fast lane for business graduates
Two Staffordshire graduates have spent the last couple of years in the fast lane after completing the BA(Hons) Business Management degree via the two-year fast-track option.
Staffordshire University appoints new Deputy Vice-Chancellor - 26/08/2014
Professor Allan Howells has been appointed to the role of Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research, Enterprise and External Affairs) at Staffordshire University. He joins the University’s Executive Team on September 1. Read more about Staffordshire University appoints new Deputy Vice-Chancellor »
Evidence of success at Crime Scene House
It may look like a scene from the latest episode of CSI but Staffordshire University’s crime scene house has been the cornerstone for one graduate's success.
Great Walls of Green - 26/08/2014
Staffordshire University’s campus could soon be a living laboratory and worldwide hub for Green Walls as research into a biodiverse concrete antidote continues. Read more about Great Walls of Green »
Staffordshire graduate hoping to work on more movie blockbusters
It wasn’t the end of the world for one Staffordshire graduate leaving University as he received a first class honours degree to sit alongside his growing portfolio of experience in special effects.