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Homegrown media talent shares Hollywood expertise with students
Enjoying a career travelling the world as a location manager for major movies and productions, Mally Chung has been back to the university campus where he studied to inspire the next generation honing their skills in his home city.
Contest inspiring future game designers
Gaming enthusiasts and students have been putting their game-making skills to the test with the University of Cumbria.
Spotlight on 'real world' research with podcast first
The University of Cumbria has joined the conversation with its first-ever series of podcasts highlighting ‘real-world’ research.
Flagship university campus project is given the go ahead
Planning permission for University of Cumbria’s flagship Carlisle Citadels campus project has been approved today by Carlisle City Council’s Development Control committee.
Funding approved for new University of Cumbria business interaction hub
University of Cumbria is looking forward to strengthening its links with local businesses with the news that funding has been approved to develop the Carlisle Business Exchange (CBE).
Rena's 14-hour dash from Germany to make graduation
When her flight from Germany to the UK was grounded, there was no other option for Rena Bijman who did not want to miss her university graduation after achieving a first-class honours degree.
Class of 2022 summer graduations to begin
A Denmark-based octogenarian credited with promoting and shaping the field of occupational health nursing worldwide for over half a century and one of Cumbria’s leading tourism and economic figures will join more than 800 students graduating from the University of Cumbria this week.
Transformational Borderlands Inclusive Growth Deal to bring multi-million-pound investment to Cumbria
Cumbria is on track to reap major benefits from a multi-million-pound investment through the Borderlands Inclusive Growth Deal. The Deal has been formally signed today (18 March 2021) by Ministers and Leaders at a virtual ceremony, which will see £350 million government investment to the Borderlands area.