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In a county that is home to some of the UK's remaining red squirrel populations, academics and students at the University of Cumbria have been working alongside award-winning filmmaker Terry Abraham on his latest project.
Proposals to create a university campus in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria have been granted full planning permission.
The President of the Commonwealth Nurses and Midwives Federation, which represents the nurses' associations of more than 50 countries, has been awarded the University of Cumbria’s highest honour.
The University of Cumbria is growing its academic provision, helping to deliver its long-term strategic mission to provide enhanced higher education and address regional and sector demands for higher-level skills.
Internationally recognised in the fields of nursing, midwifery and education, a North of England health trust leader along with a former High Sheriff will join 1,200 students who are graduating from the University of Cumbria next week.
Plans to create a new university campus as part of a wider vision to transform lives in a recognised higher education (HE) ‘cold spot’ have taken a major step forward.
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.